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Canada Olympic Park (WinSport) – Land Use Redesignation, Concept Plan and Area Structure Plan Amendments


In March 2016, WinSport, a not-for-profit organization, submitted an application to establish uses and development standards consistent with the 'Commercial' and 'Core Development Area' portions of the Park as identified on the Canada Olympic Park and Adjacent Lands Area Structure Plan (ASP). The existing Direct Control District Bylaw, 83Z97, will be replaced with a new Bylaw specific to the uses and activity as identified by WinSport. Subsequent Area Structure Plan text and map amendments are necessary to reflect the activities identified in the new Direct Control Bylaw.

WinSport has continually operated, maintained and rejuvenated the Canada Olympic Park facilities since the 1988 Olympic Winter Games. New facilities and recreational opportunities have been added over the years to evolve with the needs and aspirations of Canadian athletes and Calgarians. This application represents the long-term projected needs of WinSport to continue to provide world-class winter sports facilities for Canadian athletes and visitors to the Park.

For more information on the Ripley Site application, please visit

Canada Olympic Park (Winsport) application map


Date Activity
March 2016 Application from WinSport submitted to The City of Calgary.
February 2017
  • WinSport Land Use Redesignation Information Session hosted by The City.
  • Final review of the proposed Direct Control Bylaw and Area Structure Plan amendments by The City.
​Q2 2017 ​Application presented to Calgary Planning Commission.
​Q2 or Q3 2017 ​Application presented to City Council.​

Supporting Documents


Richard Goecke
Senior Planner

Ryan Hall
Senior Planner