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Centennial Park is a large regional park with many sports facilities, maintained by the Parks,
Forestry and Recreation Division of the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The park was opened in 1967 for Canada's 100 birthday by the then Borough of Etobicoke and was part of the Hirons' dairy farm (the remaining part of the farm was sold for residential development in 1968). In 1998, when the six municipalities comprising Metropolitan Toronto were amalgamated, the park was integrated into Toronto Parks and Recreation from the former City of Etobicoke Parks Department.
This should not be confused with an identically named small city park in the east end of Toronto, on Centennial Road, Scarborough, which was also inherited by the amalgamation.
The park has a variety of features including: -Centennial Park Conservatory -Etobicoke Olympium, a large athletic centre that was built in 1975. -Centennial Park Ski & Snowboard Centre, a small alpine skiing hill created on top of old garbage landfill.
It features one --t-bar and a conveyor lift, serving one intermediate slope, one beginner slope, and a snowboard slope.
It is one of two ski -hills located within the boundaries of Toronto, the other being the North York Ski Centre. -Centennial Hill was the site of a municipal dump and the south end was used as a transfer station. -Centennial Park Stadium, a 3,500 seat capacity stadium that is primarily used for athletics, soccer and occasionally for kabaddi. -Centennial Park Arena 2 pads and much more.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centennial_Park_(Toronto), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centennial_Park_Stadium