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The Coolest Facility in Cornwall
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January 29, 2008
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One of the largest and best equipped facilities in Eastern Ontario, the Cornwall Civic Complex is the place to be for...

Concerts, Trade Shows, Sports Competitions, Business Meetings, Conferences and Special Events.

Our highly versatile and modern facility can play host to the most private of meetings as well as major community events such as concerts, conventions and professional sporting competitions.

The Ed Lumley Arena boasts a superior infrastructure including a variety of lighting options, state of the art rink boards and seating for over 5800. Over the years it has played host to NHL hockey and professional ice skating championships as easily as it has welcomed such international stars as Nickelback, Great Big Sea, Alice Cooper and Celebration on Ice. Trade shows, circuses and the Special Olympics are just a sampling of the diverse events that have taken place in this 150,000 sq.ft. climate controlled facility.

However, the Civic Complex is much more than a simple arena. With meeting room combinations totaling an additional 20,000 sq.ft. the Complex also serves as a major convention centre in Eastern Ontario. Complemented with a full service restaurant and situated in a picturesque waterfront setting at the edge of Cornwall’s downtown shopping district, the Convention Centre can easily accommodate events ranging from small meetings to large weddings and conferences. Attached to the east end of the Civic Complex is the Cornwall Aquatic Centre. This beautiful facility houses a world class pool along with a water slide, toddler leisure pool and whirlpool.

Together, the Ed Lumley Arena, the Cornwall Aquatic Centre and its sister convention facilities combine to make the Civic Complex.... The Coolest Facility in Cornwall.

Cornwall Civic Complex & Convention Centre
100 Water Street East
Cornwall, Ontario
K6H 6G4

Tel: (613) 938-9400
Fax: (613) 938-7750 www.CornwallCivicComplex.com


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