The Pan Am Stadium is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. We chose to build it at the West Harbour.
Now it's time to stand behind our choice.
Show your support.
You See It.
July 22, 2010
Graham Crawford of HIStory + HERitage produced this video that looks at the bigger issues around the kind of city we want. Did this video strike a chord with you? If so, please support the West Harbour.
Votes Cast for Statements
I'm originally from Ottawa, where we decided to build the arena for the senators in the middle of farmer's fields. The location is totally unappealing. Even if they had decided to build it nearer the suburbs, to add some life, it would have been much better. Instead it's near no one. I suspect these kinds of decisions have to do with short term planning and an unwillingness to pay a little more in upfront costs for a better long term solution.
Committe Of The Whole Meeting, September 14
An important Committee of the Whole (COW) meeting will be held September 14 to discuss the recommendation of placing the Pan Am Games Stadium at the McMaster Innovation Park.
White Star Retractable Roof Proposal
With all the focus on City Council and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, it's sometimes easy to forget that another group of developers stepped forward a few weeks ago with an alternative vision for the West Harbour.