The event space is equipped with a satellite dish, HDTV receivers, video distribution equipment, audio visual control system, video projector and motorized screen, surround sound, lighting, and tables and chairs making it the perfect venue to watch the Olympics in 2010, and a legacy project from the games going forward.
The atrium is now a valuable resource to the community of Quesnel and the College of New Caledonia. It is used by many groups including the School District which now hosts 'Career Leap' which brings in professionals from around the province to educate high school students and community residents on different career paths. The Rotary Club uses the site annually to host a telethon and auction fundraiser and the seats in the atrium are hard to come by during the school week as it is the common area for students to gather and study.
Annual class reunions with graduation classes from up to 50 years ago have connected in this vibrant community multimedia media and reception area.