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CNSC 2003 Venue

[photo of Engineers' Room, Ontario Club]

The Canadian Championship moves this year to the Ontario Club. This private club was founded in 1909 in downtown Toronto on the current site of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's "Commerce Court" complex, and was relocated upwards by five storeys in 1969. The club combines the atmosphere of a traditional gentleman's club with the modernity of its skyscraper home.

The Ontario Club's location on the fifth floor of Commerce Court South is easily accessible on foot (and has good wheelchair access), by public transit or by car. To find out how to get there by any of these modes of transportation, please click on the links in the preceding sentence.

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