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A legacy of the 2015 Toronto Pan Am and Parapan Am Games, Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC) is co-owned by the City of Toronto and the University of Toronto.

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The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is recognized for providing world-class experiences in sport and recreation, for all, for life.

Board of Directors

Janie Romoff

City of Toronto

Janie Romoff


Ira Jacobs

University of Toronto

Ira Jacobs

Vice Chair

Andrew Arifuzzaman

University of Toronto

Andrew Arifuzzaman

Howie Dayton

City of Toronto

Howie Dayton

Leslie Lewis

City of Toronto

Leslie Lewis

Andrew Flynn

City of Toronto

Andrew Flynn

Brenda Patterson

City of Toronto

Brenda Patterson

Richard Powers

University of Toronto

Richard Powers

Wisdom Tettey

University of Toronto

Wisdom Tettey

Training at Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre


Resident High-Performance Sport Organizations Training or Competing at Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre

Regularly Training at Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre

Shadow Waterpolo
Special olympics
toronto synchro
whitby dolphins
York Synchro

Offices located at Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre


  • Facilities of Merit 2015 - Athletic Business Magazine

  • 2014 Large Project Achievement Award – Toronto Construction Association

  • 2016 Parks and Recreation Ontario Awards – Excellence in Design Award

  • 2015 Design Award Winner: Best Stadium/Area -Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute

  • 2015 Ontario Concrete Awards – Architectural Institutional Building

  • Best Project built in Ontario for 2015 – Ontario General Contractors Association

  • 2015 Athletic Business Facility of Merit – Athletic Business Conference & Expo

  • 2016 Engineering News Record's Global Best Project Awards

  • 2016 Communication Arts Magazine - Design, Environmental, Sports

  • 2017 Graphis Magazine - Design Annual



LEED certification provides independent, third-party verification that a building, home or community was designed and built using strategies aimed at achieving high performance in key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.

Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre:

  • is approximately 54% more energy-efficient than a building designed to standard building code.

  • uses approximately 37% less water than a standard code building. This saves about 1,800,000 litres of water per year

  • has 5,223m of solar panels installed. That’s enough energy to power over 20 standard homes a year.

  • had over 95% of the site’s total construction waste was diverted from landfill

  • used at least 30% of the materials used to construct TPASC contain recycled materials

  • has 100 geothermal wells  installed and drilled to a depth of 600 feet

  • uses an irrigation system is rain water fed reducing water consumption

  • has a green roof blankets TPASC further regulating and reducing energy consumption



Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre meets the highest AODA accessibility standards. 

  • The venue includes two accessible change rooms, each featuring a hydraulic change table, and accessible showers and fixtures. 

  • The building has been designed to ensure accessible and sufficiently wide routes and powered door openers. 

  • Tethering areas for service animals are available in all aquatic halls and the field house. 

  • There is enhanced seating in the aquatics hall and field house, including companion seats. 

  • The facility includes oversized elevators to carry large teams of para-­‐athletes to the field of play from ground level entrances. 

  • The training pool has a movable floor to accommodate various water depths for swimming and mobility levels, and features a pal lift to accommodate accessible entry to the end of the pool.

The following programs and services are provided: 

  • fully accessible sport facilities for parasport coaches and athletes to train. 

  • coaching programs and professional development opportunities for parasport coaches. 

The facility has been built to comply with the principles of inclusiveness.

wheelchair basketball

"The most accessible sports facility in the world!"

-Michael Frogly

National Academy Director and Head Coach at Wheelchair Basketball Canada



AODA Customer Service Standards

Safe Sport

Safe Sport Commitment

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre is committed to creating a welcoming space of inclusion for people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities, and identities to pursue their passion for sport and recreation. We believe that everyone has the right to work, to compete, to train, and to play in a safe and inclusive environment that is free of abuse, harassment or discrimination. The welfare of everyone is a shared responsibility that must be the foremost consideration of all.


Current Job Opportunities available with Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre Inc.

Full Time Opportunities:

Line Cook and Catering Lead

Building Maintenance

General Labourer (Seasonal- 3 Month Contract)

Part Time Opportunities:

Fitness Centre Shift Lead

Food Service Associates

Climbing Wall Instructor


Line Cook/Catering Support