Despite the absolutely unfavorable environment of the project, supporters of Quebec’s bid for the 2030 Winter Olympics launched a mobilization campaign on Thursday.
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She announced today on the sidelines of the announcement: “I tend to be like Mr. Labome, not here for the time being, we.” She said, worried that the project was both “expensive” and “complex”.
However, in a virtual press conference of about 30 minutes, the Quebec 2030 movement (a group of businessmen) tried to demonstrate by relying on the Olympic reform, but the fact is the opposite. The movement should have more flexibility.
Olympic athletes Kim Lamarre, Charles Hamelin and Mikaël Kingsbury also came to express their support for the sport.
However, another trap at the national level is that Mark Charest, the founder of the Quebec Initiative, admitted that the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) currently appears to be advocating Vancouver’s participation in the 2030 conference.
The latter also shot arrows at Régis Labeaume, expressing regret that “the Canadian Olympic Committee received a negative response from the Mayor of Quebec”, which “will never happen or happen”.
However, Quebec believes in 2030 that as long as we strictly control expenditures and use existing infrastructure (including Massif de Charlevoix), and make some adjustments, even movable adjustments, we can reduce expenditures.
For sledding and ski jumping activities that are not necessary in the area, he suggests establishing partnerships with other cities such as Calgary or Vancouver.
However, if Quebec said in 2030 that it had “exchanged” with other cities, it would be impossible to know which city.
The group has more than a dozen directors, all business figures, but no longer has Marie-France Poulin, vice president of Camada Investments.