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Wedgewood Rink Profile

Compressors: 100 hp plus 25 hp brine pump

Opened: Nov. 30, 2013, or early December
Closed: Feb. 23, 2014

Rink change area: Changerooms used to only be open if a city worker is on the site, but now they are open all day until sometime in the evening -- even if no city worker is on site.

Staff: The sign put up by the City says the rink is unsupervised.

Maintenance: Usually two floods a day, one in the morning, one at night -- flying squad. Rink users bring their own shovels from home as well. This is the most popular of the "minor" Etobicoke outdoor rinks.

Public Skating and open shinny hockey:

Free Pleasure-skating: Available a total of 35 hours a week

Free Shinny hockey: Available a total of 27 hours a week.

Shared use (shinny and leisure skating together): Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm. Shinny only: Tuesday and Thursday 4pm to close, all day Saturday.


Comments about this rink: e-mail us at rinkissues@cityrinks.ca.


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Rink Diary 2013 - 2014

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There is no schedule on the City website

From The City of Toronto Website 2013-14

For the skating schedule, go to Wedgewood, then click on Skating.

Rink Diary 2013 - 2014

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Rink Diary 2011 - 2012

Saturday Dec.3 2011

Morning: Good ice, no signage about the date of opening.

Evening, from rink user Eric HM: It's a small pad and there were at least 35 people there, mostly teens and young adults and the shinny was very fast, a couple of younger kids showed and up at one point there were 6 kids playing in a corner.

The Ice was really bumpy and was also torn up and had a lot of snow from heavy use. The south end of the rink was a little thin, though not through to the concrete. To everyone's disappointment, the lights turned off about 10:15, rather than the posted 11pm. The younger kids and a few parents stayed to play after the lights were off, since they finally had the whole rink to themselves.

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Diary 2009-2010, Diary 2007 -2008

 

To see the (2007-2008) report card, click here

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