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Formerly known as the the Ottawa Baseball Stadium, the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park received its current name after its collaboration with the eponymous tax advisory firm. The Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park is most famously known in the country for its inaugural game played by the Ottawa Champions Baseball Club, with whom the park has signed a multi-year agreement. Besides, the baseball stadium has also hosted several minor-league professional baseball games, not to mention a few music concerts in the past. Abbreviated as the RCGT Park by some, the park currently seats 10,332 spectators.
Founded in 1975, the Great Canadian Theatre Company is Ottawa's oldest professional theater company. Located in the heart of Ottawa's Italian Village, this 230-seat theater is dedicated to producing original Canadian works, and its location is perfect for catching a bite to eat before or after the show. The stage is small and intimate, and some of Canada's finest folk musicians play to packed audiences during evenings dedicated to musical performances.
Located on the Wellington Street West in Ottawa, the Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre has seen a constant rise in its popularity each year. This is due to the mix of events that are scheduled here regularly. Be it the productions of the magnificent Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC) held inside the main stage theater or the beautiful fine art exhibits held inside the The Fritzi Gallery, or live music from the Acoustic Waves music series, this one captures the imagination of all the theater, art and music lovers.
The Keith Harris Stadium is a state of the art field stadium that is part of the Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. Home turf of the Carleton University Ravens Men's and Women's varsity soccer teams, the stadium has a seating capacity of over 3000 spectators. The stadium has been named after Keith Harris, who served in the capacity of the Director of Carleton Athletics for over 30 years.