Landmarks across Ontario will light up for NCW 2018!

National Coaches Week in Ontario 2018 is September 22 – 30. Once again this year famous monuments and landmarks from municipalities all across the Province will light up in Blue, Gold and/or Red to recognize the amazing contributions you, our Coaches, make to communities in Ontario. If you see one, grab a selfie and tag it #ThanksCoach and @coaches_ont so we can share on our Social Media as well!

Check out the schedule below. And have a Happy Coaches Week! #ThanksCoach!

Saturday, September 22 – TORONTO

  • CN Tower
  • Toronto Sign at Nathan Phillips Square
  • Toronto City Hall Towers

Sunday, September 23 – WELLAND

  • Welland Bridge 13

Monday, September 24 – MISSISSAUGA

  • Mississauga Clock Tower

Tuesday, September 25 – HAMILTON

  • Hamilton Sign

Wednesday, September 26 – BURLINGTON & CAMBRIDGE

  • Burlington – Brant Street Bridge
  • Cambridge City Hall
  • Cambridge Clock Tower
  • Cambridge Sign

Thursday, September 27 – LONDON & NEWMARKET

  • London Life Building
  • London Convention Centre
  • JA Taylor Building
  • Fountain at the Forks
  • Riverwalk Commons
  • Fred A. Lundy Bridge

Sunday, September 30 – MISSISSAUGA

  • Mississauga Absolute World Towers

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