Brock University Students' Union (BUSU) executives got a chance to tour Canada Games Park on Thursday, Oct. 7. Pictured (from left) are Brock University Vice-President, Administration Ken Chan, BUSU President Rafay Rehan, BUSU Vice-President of External Affairs Austin Hurley, BUSU Vice-President of Student Services Faten Darbaj and BUSU Vice-President of Finance and Administration Ammaar Ruxshan. This state-of-the-art sport facility will include the Walker Sports and Abilities Centre, consisting of a sport performance centre, a health and well-being centre, a twin-pad arena, a 200-metre indoor track, sport offices and a multipurpose fieldhouse that will feature a parasport gymnasium and a combative sport centre. Six competition beach volleyball courts, a cycling and storage pavilion, and a 400-metre track-and-field facility will be located outside of the Walker Sports and Abilities Centre. After the 2022 Games, Canada Games Park will be open to the community and provide opportunities for all, regardless of age or physical ability.