November 06, 2014
Scotiabank signs on as naming rights partner for Ottawa Senators

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Canadian Tire CentreFormer namesThe Palladium (1996)Corel Centre (1996–2006)Scotiabank Place (2006–2013)Location1000 Palladium DriveOttawa, Ontario, Canada K2V 1A5Coordinates45°17′49″N 75°55′38″W / 45.29694°N 75.92722°W / 45.29694; -75.92722Coordinates: 45°17′49″N 75°55′38″W / 45.29694°N 75.92722°W / 45.29694; -75.92722OwnerCapital Sports Properties (an Ottawa Senators subsidiary)OperatorLive Nation CanadaCapacityHockey: 19,153 (20,500 with standing room)[1]Basketball: 20,500 (without standing room)Concerts: 20,500Field size600,000 square feet (56,000 m2)SurfaceMulti-surfaceConstructionBroke groundJuly 7, 1994OpenedJanuary 15, 1996Expanded2005Construction costC$170 million[1]($235 million in 2015 dollars[2])ArchitectRossetti architectsMurray & Murray Architects (associate)Project managerZW GroupStructural engineerCarruthers & Wallace Ltd.[3]Services engineerJ. L. Richards & Associated Ltd.[4]General contractorPCL Constructors/Bellai Brothers Construction Ltd.[5]Main contractorsEastern Inc.TenantsOttawa Senators (NHL) (1996–present)Ottawa Rebel (NLL) (2001–2002)Ottawa 67's (OHL) (2012–2014)Ottawa SkyHawks (NBL) (2013–2014)
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