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OFSAA Swimming Championship Venue Change

Feb 10, 2012 | Uncategorized

Please be advised, the 2012 OFSAA Swimming Championship has been moved from the Etobicoke Olympium to the Milton Sports Centre in Milton. The championship will still take place from March 6 – 7.

Over the past month, OFSAA and Swimming Convenor/SAC Chair Kevin Wong have been monitoring the labour negotiations between the City of Toronto and the labour unions that affect the operation of many services and facilities in Toronto, including the Etobicoke Olympium. As a preventative measure, and to ensure that the 2012 OFSAA Swimming Championship will take place according to schedule, OFSAA has decided to move the championship to Milton.

You may read the official memo here.

Click here to view the Swimming Championship website.

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