City engineers will be at Tim Hortons Field this morning to check lights, speakers, the scoreboard and any other items that could fall.
This, after a 150 pound speaker fell 30 meters onto the east stands and rolled over 26 rows of seats on Monday.
City officials say that only the cleaning crew was in the stadium at the time and nobody was hurt.
Councillor Lloyd Ferguson, who headed the city committee for the stadium project, says he’s disgusted because the city has had so many problems with the stadium.
He says the engineers will check the brackets of every speaker, and every light, to ensure the public is safe.
He expects the safety checks to be done in time for a Tiger-Cats open house on Sunday.
However, 11 speakers hanging above the east side of the stadium will be removed as a precaution.
A temporary sound system will be rented for the Ticat’s pre-season game against Ottawa on June 17.