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Canadian Tire Centre
The Canadian Tire Centre is the premier multi-purpose venue in the Ottawa metro area. The Canadian Tire Centre opened January 15, 1996, with a Bryan Adams concert, at a total construction cost of C$170 million. The Scotiabank Place box office is located on 1000 Palladium Drive in Ottawa, Ontario (the area used to be Kanata). The arena has changed names multiple times previously being called The SCotiaBank Place and Palladium and the Corel Centre. After the 2005 expansion Canadian Tire Centre tickets can accommodate up to 20,500 with standing room for events. The Place Banque Scotia is home to the Ottawa Senators of the National Hockey League. Notable events at Canadian Tire Centre have included the Stanley Cup Finals, 2009 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, and the 2012 NHL All-Star Game.
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