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Regent Park North

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Dundas St. E. north side, W of River, behind some buildings

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Strengths: Very nice rink for youth to play shinny, shared with pleasure-skating siblings. No interference with the flow of community life on the rink Ė a lot like the Etobicoke tennis court rinks.


Areas for improvement: Regent North is a lot friendlier than one would expect but itís a dump and it needs fixing. The rink house needs windows so itís safe and friendly. The building needs paint.


Next steps: Have weekly family skate events, shinny tournaments, music at the rink, any ways to get more of the families there. Paint the building together in the summer. Cut windows as soon as possible. Add a bench.


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68 %

1. Access

25 / 30

Public ice time / permit balance

12 / 12

Reliable schedule

9 / 11

Enough mats for skaters

3 / 3

Skate equipment available

1 / 4

2. Communication

10 / 20

Good signage

7 / 11

Friendly staff

3 / 4

Working phone line

0 / 5

3. Ice Quality

7 / 10

Regular maintenance

1.5 / 3.5

Not too thick

3 / 3

Maintenance complements schedule

0.5 / 0.5

Clean below the surface

2 / 3

4. Skater Friendliness

26/ 40

Welcoming atmosphere

10 / 14

Convenience

5 / 8

Working facilities

8 / 11

Safety

3 / 7


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