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Encyclopedia > Commonwealth Stadium

Commonwealth Stadium is the name of two stadiums:

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Commonwealth Stadium (Edmonton) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (360 words)
Commonwealth Stadium is a venue located in the Norwood Area of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, primarily used by the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL.
The stadium is the largest in permanent capacity in Canada and one of the few major facilities in that country to have a natural grass playing surface.
It is served by Stadium Station along the LRT (201) line and the Stadium Transit Centre (served by routes 2, 120 and 127) adjacent to the LRT Station
Commonwealth and Clarke Stadium Articles (5840 words)
Under way now is the building of the press centre structure on the east side of the stadium and major changes on the concourse level for concessions and such on the west side of the stadium.
Commonwealth Stadium, alone, is undergoing $22.168 million in renovations, not including the money the Eskimos have decided to shell out on the east-side suites.
The Commonwealth Stadium fit-out, which was giving Edmonton 2001 organizers their biggest headache, has received six thumbs up from a three-man team of IAAF officials, including the track boss of the Sydney 2000 Olympics.
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