Direct Energy Centre

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Direct Energy Centre
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Former names National Trade Centre
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Location 100 Princes' Blvd, Toronto
Coordinates 43°38′06″N 79°24′40″W / 43.635112°N 79.411197°W / 43.635112; -79.411197Coordinates: 43°38′06″N 79°24′40″W / 43.635112°N 79.411197°W / 43.635112; -79.411197

The Direct Energy Centre, known until June 2006 as the National Trade Centre,[1] is the newest building at Exhibition Place in Toronto, Canada . It has 10 exhibit halls with 1 million square feet of space. It is connected to the Ricoh Coliseum and the Automotive Building.

At the 2015 Pan American Games the venue will host squash, racquetball, and preliminary matches of both basketball and handball. During the Games it will be known as the Toronto Sports Centre.[citation needed]

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