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St. Denis Centre to experience blackout periods for the foreseeable future.

$4.5 million retrofit project to curb greenhouse gas emissions to begin next week.

Starting Monday, October 1 –  work will begin on the St. Denis Centre for the Greenhouse Gas Campus Retrofits Program (GGCRP). This means that there will be extended blackout periods where the fieldhouse is closed for use during the day.

It is expected that programming and ‘open gym time’ will be unavailable from 6 am -3:30 PM on a daily basis for the foreseeable future.

As well, in the coming weeks, access to the fieldhouse will be adjusted due to the movement of the main sewer drain running through this side of campus.

The Greenhouse Gas Campus Retrofits Program was launched by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development to assist postsecondary institutions in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improve the energy efficiency of their campuses.

Full information about the project can be found here.

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