September 2021 News Archive


September 21, 2021

Kisik Parkade Update

We have made a few changes to the parkade entry and exit. Our new smart parking solution includes a License Plate Recognition (LPR) module. Your license plate is now your ePermit. These changes are part of the phased approach to updating our parking infrastructure.

We have simplified your parkade access. A loop sensor will now detect your vehicle and the doors will then open. The entry panel/scanner is still in place but does not require a FOB to open the door. The intercom is still active so that you may contact us regarding entry issues.

The exit panel/scanner and gate arm have been removed. You will not be required to use you FOB to open the exit doors anymore. A loop sensor will now detect your vehicle and the door will then open.

The door to the elevator will also not require a FOB to open. The light on the reader will always show red (locked mode) even though is it actually unlocked. The only way to tell is to pull the door open. This door is also a fire door and is tied to the fire alarm system.  In the event of a fire, the door automatically latches and goes to a FOB system.

As well hotel guests and other members of the public may park. There is a pay station by the elevators. There will be no designated public parking or monthly parking areas in the parakde. Parking will be monitored and enforced by our LPR system to ensure monthly parkers a space. The Kisik parkade will be operating the same as the Dr. William Riddell Centre parkade.


September 3, 2021

CKHS Parkade Equipment Replacement 

Starting Tuesday, September 7, updated CKHS parkade entry/exit and paystation equipment will be installed. Parking Services staff will be on-site directing traffic entering and exiting the parkade. There will be only one driving lane so please drive slowly and carefully.

If you have questions please feel free to contact our front office at 306-585-5555 or email