Canadian Natural and Town of Peace River Announce Fieldhouse Sponsorship

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(Pictured above: from left, Hope Regimbald Stakeholder Relations Advisor at Canadian Natural, Darcy Forman Operations Foreman at Canadian Natural, Cam Weitzel Operations Superintendent at Canadian Natural, Tom Tarpey Mayor of Peace River, Tanya Bell Director of Peace River Community Services, and Greg Towne Director of Peace River Corporate Services.)

Canadian Natural and Town of Peace River Announce Fieldhouse Sponsorship

June 27, 2018
The Town of Peace River and Canadian Natural are pleased to announce an agreement regarding naming rights for the new Fieldhouse in the Peace Regional Recreation Centre.

Canadian Natural will be investing a total of $150,000 over five years to support the health and recreational needs of the Town of Peace River and surrounding region.

“In working with the Town of Peace River, the sponsorship of this facility was identified as an opportunity to positively impact the well-being and quality of life for residents of Peace River and the surrounding area,” said Darcy Forman, Canadian Natural’s Peace River Operations Foreman. “Canadian Natural is strongly committed to investing in the communities where we live and work and we are proud to support the Peace River Multiplex.”

“This phenomenal sponsorship underscores Canadian Natural’s commitment to Peace River and to its employees in the region,” said Peace River Mayor Tom Tarpey. “It goes a long way in helping make Peace River the best community to raise a family in.”

Set to open in the fall of 2019 the Canadian Natural Fieldhouse will be the first of its kind in the Town of Peace River. Offering residents and visitors year-round access to a variety of field sports, the Canadian Natural Fieldhouse will have lines and nets to accommodate one soccer field, three basketball courts, three volleyball courts, six badminton courts, or three pickleball courts.

In addition to Canadian Natural fieldhouse, the new Peace Regional Recreation Centre will also house an indoor child play space, a NHL-sized ice rink, a running track, and three community rooms.

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