Ottawa Civic Centre

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The Ottawa Civic Centre, also known as the Rona Centre for 2010–2011, is an indoor arena located in Ottawa, Ontario, seating 9,862. With temporary seating and standing room it can hold 10,585. Opened in December 1967, it is used primarily for sports, including curling, figure skating, ice hockey and lacrosse. The arena has hosted Canadian and world championships in figure skating and ice hockey, including the first women's world ice hockey championship in 1990. Canadian championships in curling have also been hosted at the arena. The arena is also used for concerts, conventions and Ottawa SuperEX events and exhibits.

The arena is the current home of the Ottawa 67's of the OHL. It is the former home of the Ottawa Senators of the NHL (1992–1995), the Ottawa Nationals of the WHA (1972–1973), the Ottawa Civics of the WHA (1976), and the Ottawa Rebel of the NLL (20022003).

It was renamed the Urbandale Centre in 2009 after Jeff Hunt, owner of the Ottawa 67's invited bids of $1,000 each to brand the then Civic Centre. Urbandale Construction had been a long-time sponsor of the 67's. For 2010–2011, the 67's renamed the centre the Rona Centre. The building, owned by the City of Ottawa, is officially known as the Civic Centre.


In the 1960s, the City of Ottawa was preparing to rebuild the football stadium at Lansdowne Park, on Bank Street at the Rideau Canal. During the planning phase, the...
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