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Stride Place

Stride Place is a state-of-the-art multiplex located on the Island in Portage la Prairie that opened in 2010. The facility includes two arenas, Manitoba’s largest indoor wavepool, a fitness centre and multiple meeting rooms. Stride Place is home to the Portage Terriers, who play out of Stride Credit Union Arena. The arena features seating for 1,675 and standing room up to 2200. The Dog Pound has been packed to capacity for some of the most memorable moments for the Terriers since Stride place opened, including the 2011 Anavet Cup Finals, 2015 RBC Junior A National Championship and multiple MJHL playoff games and finals.

The arena features two suites for spectators, a sound room, media room and broadcasting area where the Terriers run the replay screen for all their games. The Terriers have a dedicated dressing room equipped to the highest standards, including a trainers office and equipment room. The facility also houses the Terriers main coach/GM office and the Terriers store.

Stride Place has played host to many large events including the 2018 Canad Inns Mixed Doubles Olympic Curling Trails, 2017 Viterra Men’s Provincial Curling Championship,  2015 Junior “A” RBC Cup National Championship, 2012 Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts, 2010 Manitoba Powersmart Winter Games, four movies and many provincial events.