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Oshawa Arena to Drop General Motors’ Name Nov. 1

General Motors may have committed to its Oshawa assembly facilities, but it’s a different story for the city’s main arena. General Motors Centre, a 10-year-old facility in Oshawa, will see its name change after another company secured naming rights. According to DurhamRegion.com, the arena will be renamed Tribute Communities Centre on November 1st. In 2006, […] The post Oshawa Arena to Drop General Motors’ Name Nov.
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