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West Hill SS Track

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Toronto
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West Hill Collegiate Institute, 350, Morningside Avenue, West Hill, Scarborough—Guildwood, Scarborough, Toronto, Golden Horseshoe, Ontario, M1E 3G3, Canada
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General info about track availability in Canada
Outdoor tracks in Canada are generally open to the public without charge unless they are booked for track meets or other events.
For track workouts around here; Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre or St. John Paul II Catholic Secondary School might suit you.
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