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Campbell

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255 Campbell Ave., W. of Lansdowne, S. of Dupont

416-392-6921

Strengths: : With an extra large single pad and friendly staff, there’s a big co-ed change room with chess, checkers, and a snack bar. It sells drinks, hot dogs, pucks for its strong contingent of shinny players, and hot chocolate for school groups.


Areas for improvement: : Loses in atmosphere for its dingy changeroom and broken locks on bathroom stalls. Staff climb over a roll-up window to get from the office to the changeroom. Though it’s well-attended by shinny players, the age group schedule is largely unreliable.


Next steps: Install a window facing the rink, a door between the office and changeroom, and fix other facilities. Extend the new skate rental program for pleasure skaters, and offer more enforced pleasure skating and family events.


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74 %

1. Access

23 / 30

Public ice time / permit balance

10 / 12

Reliable schedule

8 / 11

Enough mats for skaters

3/ 3

Skate equipment available

2 / 4

2. Communication

19 / 20

Good signage

10 / 11

Friendly staff

4 / 4

Working phone line

5 / 5

3. Ice Quality

7 / 10

Regular maintenance

2 / 3.5

Not too thick

2 / 3

Maintenance complements schedule

0 / 0.5

Clean below the surface

3 / 3

4. Skater Friendliness

25/ 40

Welcoming atmosphere

7 / 14

Convenience

6 / 8

Working facilities

9/ 11

Safety

3 / 7


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