Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre Incorporated (TPASC) operates and maintains the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (the Sports Centre) which is jointly owned by the City of Toronto and the Governing Council of the University of Toronto.
The Sports Centre includes an aquatic centre and field house developed for the 2015 Pan American and Parapan American Games. Since 2015 the Sports Centre has been used by the City, the University of Toronto, sports organizations and other users for recreational, fitness and sports training activities.
City programs offered by Parks Forestry and Recreation Division at the Sports Centre include sports and recreation activities, health and wellness programs, group fitness classes, private training and adventure camps. The Sports Centre facilities are also used for recreational, fitness and sport training activities provided by the University of Toronto Scarborough and by the Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO).
Operating funding contributions to TPASC are based on the proportional use of the Sports Centre by the City, the University, the CSIO and other users.
Read about TPASC’s recent activities in its latest Annual Report.
Find out about Toronto Pam Am Sports Centre’s programs and services.
In 2013, City Council approved the establishment of Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre Inc. under the authority of the City of Toronto Act, 2006 and Ontario Regulation 609/06. It is incorporated under the Business Corporations Act with the City and the University of Toronto as equal shareholders.
TPASC is governed by a Board of Directors (TPASC Board) which supervises the management of the business and affairs of the Corporation. The TPASC Board consists of ten members and comprises two public members appointed by City Council through the City’s Public Appointments process, three City senior staff and five members appointed by the Governing Council of the University of Toronto. The appointment of the Board Chair and the Vice-Chair alternates between the City and the University every two years.
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