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Enercare Centre, 100 Princes' Blvd, Toronto, ON

Enercare Centre

Enercare Centre

Enercare Centre Venue Info

For the first time in the history of the OVA, we are thrilled to be hosting Ontario Championships at Enercare Centre! This 58-court facility has hosted mega volleyball events in the past, including most recently when Volleyball Canada Nationals took place in May of 2019. The size of the facility allows the entirety of Ontario Championships competition to take place across just 6 days, from April 20-25, 2023. More details to come in the near future!

Mailing Address: 100 Princes' Blvd, Toronto, ON


Headquarters: Room 105 

Enercare Centre Venue Map


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  1. No outside food, cooler or chairs, permitted. 
  2. No running in hallways. Ball-free warmups are only permitted in Heritage Court in the dedicated ball-free warm-up zone.  Ball handling is only permitted on the court during your teams official warmup.  Outside of your official warmup, no ball-handling warmups are permitted anywhere off the sport court.  This includes fun games of "Pepper". Security or Enercare staff may confiscate volleyballs from anyone found in violation of this rule. 
  3. All food service outlets are card payments only. NO CASH ACCEPTED. 
  4. Outside doors into Enecare Centre from underground parking and main building doors  from Pinces Blvd will open at 6:15am daily. 
  5. Doors into Halls A to D will open at 6:30am daily. 
  6. Doors into Hall G, Vendor Hall/Food Court will open at 9:00am daily. 
  7. Enercare Centre is open to the public during 2023 Ontario Championships and therefore, we ask teams to be respectful of the space. Please ensure your teams are not blocking any walking spaces or emergency exit doors by leaving their bags or team equipment in open spaces. 
  8. The OVA, the City of Toronto and Enercare Centre staff are not responsible for lost or stolen personal items. Remember to always take your personal belongings with you and do not leave anything unattended.
  9. As with most sporting events, spectators should enter at their own risk as volleyballs may leave the playing area at any time and may hit spectators. The Ontario Volleyball Association, Enercare Centre and the City of Toronto is not responsible for spectator injury incurred while watching volleyball matches. Please be aware of your surroundings. That means putting your cell phone down and keeping your heads up when you are spectating. Safety first!
  10. The use of any type of noise makers (cowbells, air horns, drums, whistles, etc) is prohibited. Spectators will be asked to refrain from using these devices. If they continue to use them, they will be confiscated.
  11. Only authorized photographers contracted by the OVA for Ontario Championships are allowed on the playing area, sport court or stand between courts due to liability reasons. Parents and/or spectators are not allowed to be in the playing area, on the sport court or standing between the courts to take photographs. If they are found to be in violation of this rule, they will be asked to leave the prohibited area immediately. If parents/spectators disregard this rule multiple times, they will be asked to leave the venue by OVA Staff, Facility staff, the Head Official, Area Supervisors or the working referees.

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Enercare Centre