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July 18, 2011

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CQ

Not Toronto. Neither Rogers Centre nor BMO field (MLS and 'national soccer' home). Toronto (and Hamilton) is hosting the 2015 Pan Am Games at the same time!
Announced cities have been known for a while. Currently the cities include Halifax, Moncton, Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Vancouver.
see link:
http://andreareimer.typepad.com/in_the_news/2011/06/province-.html

Our women's team had a very disappointing tournament given its ranking. They had a free kick goal against Germany (!) but almost no shots on goal throughout their three round robin games.

Chad

Even the Wikipedia page didn't say Toronto. A little surprising, but then again, Toronto is hosting the 2015 Pan Am Games, so that might be why. They were trying to build Hamilton a new football field for the Pan Am Games, but they couldn't agree on a site.

CQ

That's a hidden blessing for Hamilton. They were pegged for the track and field events. A One-time event and then the fans are seated far away from game action for the next 40 or 50 years.

Chad

Thought Hamilton could use a stadium downtown by the water for economic reasons, but LOVE the intimacy of Ivor Wynne Stadium. Was there for last year's Labour Day game.

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