Rogers Place converted some women’s bathrooms to men’s bathrooms to more equally accommodate guests at Sunday’s Edmonton Oilers game and the move will remain in place Wednesday night. 795 more words
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Ten years ago Edmonton was exactly where Calgary is now: debating the merits of a new arena with fierce and vocal public opposition to “spending taxpayer dollars on billionaire owners and millionaire players.” Fast forward ten years and Rogers Place arena has been built, the critics (mostly) silenced, they continue to attract the best concerts and the downtown is on a fast track to revitalization. 120 more words
It’s been just six months since Rogers Place opened its doors in downtown Edmonton and crews are already being called back in to make repairs. 76 more words
The new in-house documentary on the building of Edmonton’s downtown arena, which airs this afternoon at 2 p.m. on Sportsnet, will be reviled by the faction that hates the project and adored by arena-holics. 813 more words
The Oilers Entertainment Group is responding to complaints of long lines to use the women’s bathrooms at the new Rogers Place arena.
During the first two concerts at the downtown Edmonton venue – the Keith Urban and Dolly Parton shows – some patrons voiced concerns with the long lines to use the facilities. 240 more words