The Canada Games Bid Evaluation Committee will be announcing the winning host community for the 2021 Canada Summer Games this Thursday, March 30 in Toronto.
Since the announcement is taking place in Toronto and there is limited seating, the Niagara Bid Group has made arrangements for a Niagara viewing party at the First Ontario Performing Arts Centre.
Continue reading “Livestream Viewing Party for 2021 Canada Summer Games Announcement March 30”
Like a runner tearing down the track, Niagara’s Canada Summer Games bid committee has cleared a bunch of hurdles — but others are fast approaching.
The next big one is March 1. That’s the day the Canada Games Council visits Niagara and tours some of the venues.
Continue reading “No rest for 2021 Canada Summer Games bid committee”
Team Niagara hit the road to Ottawa on Tuesday, Jan. 31 to deliver its 2021 Canada Games Bid to the bid evaluation committee – and we took some special guests along with us for the trip.
Niagara’s favourite mascots, including Boomer the Badger, Knightro the Knight and Gabby the Grape, accompanied bid group member
on a road trip from Niagara to Ottawa, stopping at several destinations and landmarks along the way. Matt Hill Continue reading “Niagara’s 2021 Canada Games Bid Is In! Recapping Team Niagara’s Ottawa Road Trip”
Dougie and Freddie Hamilton Support Niagara's 2021 Canada Game…
Former Niagara IceDogs and current Calgary Flames players Dougie and Freddie Hamilton are IN! Niagara, are you in? Show your support for Niagara's 2021 Canada Games Bid by signing our letter at www.niagara2021.com and using the hashtag #NiagaraAreYouIn on social media.
Niagara 2021 on Monday, January 30, 2017
Team Niagara is thrilled to have the support of NHLers Dougie and Freddie Hamilton for our 2021 Canada Games Bid.
The Hamilton bros are in – Niagara, are you in? Show your support by signing the letter at www.niagara2021.com and using the hashtag #NiagaraAreYouIn on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, mentioning @Niagara2021 and @CanadaGames.
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It’s an axiom as old as sport. If you want to succeed, you better want it more than the next competitor — and you better be ready to work for it.
Niagara’s Canada Summer Games bid committee has taken that advice to heart.
They are competing against three other Ontario regions — Ottawa, Sudbury and Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge — for the games in 2021, and if the bid isn’t successful, it won’t be because Niagara left any stone unturned.
Continue reading “Let the Games Begin: Niagara bidding for 2021 event”
Not surprisingly, some of Niagara’s most accomplished coaches and amateur athletes have lent support to the Canada Summer Games 2021 bid.
Read what they have to say at the St. Catharines Standard.
On Monday, Jan. 30, Niagara’s 2021 Canada Games Bid Group – called Team Niagara – will be taking a road trip from Niagara to Ottawa to submit the final bid to the Canada Games bid review committee.
We need your support over the next couple of months to show the bid committee what Niagara is made of before it makes its final decision on March 30. Continue reading “5 Ways You Can Support Niagara’s 2021 Canada Games Bid”
Brock University is partnering with a number of area groups and agencies to bring the 2021 Canada Summer Games to Niagara region.
The Games are rotated across the country every four years and 2021 is Ontario’s turn to provide the venue. Niagara will be up against bids from Ottawa, Kitchener-Waterloo and Sudbury to win the selection, in a decision expected this spring.
Read the full story at The Brock Press.
Doug Hamilton, volunteer chair of Niagara’s bid committee for the 2021 Canada Summer Games, addressed the Region’s corporate services committee on Wednesday.
Landing the 2021 Canada Summer Games will be a huge economic driver for Niagara. The Niagara Sport Commission estimates it will have an economic impact of upwards of $240 million.
Read the full column at Niagara This Week.
Pelham will host a 10-kilometre road race if Niagara lands the 2021 Canada Summer Games.
Town council agreed to put up $21,250 for cycling equipment or in-kind services for its share of a one-day road race that would be laid out by Pelham cycling champion Steve Bauer.
Read the full story at the Welland Tribune.