But, as part of Wednesday night's event, the province announced an additional 20 million will support the overwhelming response from fans and the local community to help improve the atmosphere under the new retractable roof.

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But, as part of Wednesday night’s event, the province announced an additional $20 million will support the “overwhelming response” from fans and the local community to help improve the atmosphere under the new retractable roof.

Travis Brown, CEO of Humber College, said this money will help create a more family-friendly environment where some 70 per cent of the student body is now non-residential or part of other undergraduate institutions, and at least 300 students with disabilities are added throughout the year.

The addition of wheelchair-accessible facilities will also improve accessibility for several hundred families, Brown said.

At the stadium, some 70 per cent of the student body is now non-residential or part of other undergraduate institutions, including Pitt, Pittsburgh State, University of Pittsburgh and Saint Joseph’s Medical School. Photo by David Kamin, Associated Press

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