Social Economic Equality initiative
(2021/2022)

A Social Economic Equality initiative at the Toronto Sport Club for 2021/2022 Season

As the Toronto Sport Club (TSC) plans on opening up in 2021, it is also focused on opening up opportunities to marginalized Canadian entrepreneurs with “SEE” – an initiative that strives towards Social Economic Equality. The ambassadors on the TSC’s Culture, Diversity and Inclusion Team will work together to broaden the scope of the club’s membership program – with an overall goal to support a more diverse business community including Women, Black, Indigenous, LGBTQ business owners and entrepreneurs.
The rollout of “SEE” would provide six different entrepreneurs with their own corporate suites for every game played at the TSC for the entire 2021/2022 season without the purchase of a membership. It is here that they would be able to host potential clientele, team-build with their employees and continually grow their business network. The new members would also be able to liaise on an ongoing basis with the TSC’s Culture, Diversity and Inclusion Team to ensure that they are being properly connected to other entrepreneurs and corporate Canada. The Social Economic Equality Initiative will bridge the gap between these business owners, entrepreneurs and other industry leaders.
Located inside the historical Exhibition Grounds, the 32,000 square-foot space venue features specifically designed suites, complying with all municipal and provincial bylaws regarding COVID-19. The interior layout is designed to ensure that the tables and suites are a minimum of six feet apart and are equipped with all the luxuries of a private arena/stadium box. With four NHL / NBA events per week, it is the ideal location to host small groups of clients and guests. With more companies working from home, TSC has also become a home office away from home for members to host meetings, brainstorming sessions and client/employee appreciation nights. During this season, members will have the opportunity to extend an invitation to their coworkers as TSC will be showing Leafs games, Raptors games and premium sporting events on 360-degree surround view on a multitude of screens, LED boards and TVs. The Toronto Sport Club was created during these unprecedented times and specifically designed as a fun COVID-19 safe environment to enjoy viewing live sporting events, while complying with all rules and regulations. Toronto Sport Club wanted to provide a safe environment where corporate members can experience some normalcy for today’s new normal.
As the Toronto Sport Club (TSC) plans on opening up in 2021, it is also focused on opening up opportunities to marginalized Canadian entrepreneurs with “SEE” – an initiative that strives towards Social Economic Equality. The ambassadors on the TSC’s Culture, Diversity and Inclusion Team will work together to broaden the scope of the club’s membership program – with an overall goal to support a more diverse business community including Women, Black, Indigenous, LGBTQ business owners and entrepreneurs.
The rollout of “SEE” would provide six different entrepreneurs with their own corporate suites for every game played at the TSC for the entire 2021/2022 season without the purchase of a membership. It is here that they would be able to host potential clientele, team-build with their employees and continually grow their business network. The new members would also be able to liaise on an ongoing basis with the TSC’s Culture, Diversity and Inclusion Team to ensure that they are being properly connected to other entrepreneurs and corporate Canada. The Social Economic Equality Initiative will bridge the gap between these business owners, entrepreneurs and other industry leaders.
Located inside the historical Exhibition Grounds, the 32,000 square-foot space venue features specifically designed suites, complying with all municipal and provincial bylaws regarding COVID-19. The interior layout is designed to ensure that the tables and suites are a minimum of six feet apart and are equipped with all the luxuries of a private arena/stadium box. With four NHL / NBA events per week, it is the ideal location to host small groups of clients and guests. With more companies working from home, TSC has also become a home office away from home for members to host meetings, brainstorming sessions and client/employee appreciation nights. During this season, members will have the opportunity to extend an invitation to their coworkers as TSC will be showing Leafs games, Raptors games and premium sporting events on 360-degree surround view on a multitude of screens, LED boards and TVs. The Toronto Sport Club was created during these unprecedented times and specifically designed as a fun COVID-19 safe environment to enjoy viewing live sporting events, while complying with all rules and regulations. Toronto Sport Club wanted to provide a safe environment where corporate members can experience some normalcy for today’s new normal.
The current program at the TSC has memberships for corporate and sporting events that range from $15,000 to $30,000. With the introduction of “SEE”, existing members will also be able to support the initiative as a portion of their fee will support the six corporate suites.

The businesses that qualify for "SEE" include:

AMBASSADORS OF “SEE”:

The businesses that qualify for "SEE" include:

  • Sole Proprietorship
  • Partnership
  • Corporation
  • Limited Liability Company
  • Cooperative
  • Service Provider
  • Trademark
  • Syndicate
  • Association
  • Foundation

AMBASSADORS OF “SEE”:

  • Nova Stevens
  • Marlon Durrant
  • Junior Jones
  • Iain Christiansen
  • Zlatko Starkovski
The current program at the TSC has memberships for corporate and sporting events that range from $15,000 to $30,000. With the introduction of “SEE”, existing members will also be able to support the initiative as a portion of their fee will support the six corporate suites.

The businesses that qualify for "SEE" include:

  • Sole Proprietorship
  • Partnership
  • Corporation
  • Limited Liability Company
  • Cooperative
  • Service Provide
  • Trademark
  • Syndicate
  • Association
  • Foundation

AMBASSADORS OF “SEE”:

  • Sole Proprietorship
  • Marlon Durran
  • Junior Jones
  • Iain Christiansen
  • Zlatko Starkovski
For business owners who are interested and would like
more information on
“Bridging the gap between equality and business”:
For business owners who are interested and would like more information on
“Bridging the gap between equality and business”: