The mayor of Quebec City, Régis Labeaume, affirmed the concern for “transparency”, and his cabinet circulated three communications from the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) indicating that the organization has ruled out possible candidacy It’s been a few months. The city serves as the host city for the 2030 Winter Olympics.
“If you qualify for the Winter Olympics, [entre 2030 et 2040], This will be Vancouver, done.and so […], We must stop deceiving ourselves and make choices, and everyone must be clear. I think this is very important,” said Mr. Labome.
In two public letters published by the Cabinet on Monday, COC CEO David Shoemaker sincerely thanked Mark Charest, the founder of the Quebec 2030 Committee, for his enthusiasm. Work hard to inspire the Olympic dream in the region. However, he told him unequivocally that Quebec did not meet the “ideal conditions” to achieve candidacy.
The COC came to this conclusion “based on [de son] He explained. In the February 26 letter, Mr. Shoemaker confirmed: “Vancouver will be the only option for winter bidding.”
Nevertheless, Mark Charest’s team held a virtual press conference on April 22, which was organized with great fanfare in the presence of athletes and business people.
Mr. Charles, who refused to accept our interview request, said at this press conference that “Vancouver has not officially announced the candidacy” and that the city “is positioning itself and they are doing it like us.”
Mr. Charest was fully aware of the unfavorable opinions of the Mayor of Labeaume and insisted that the business community and the public must be persuaded to make the project legal in the eyes of the government and the Olympic authorities.
His movements use visual and painting methods, and he believes that the alternating principle of the Olympic Games, Quebec’s experience in hosting large-scale events, Quebec’s infrastructure and the new vision of the International Olympic Committee provide a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the region to host the Olympic Games in 2030,” There is no deficit”.
However, we later learned that the Le Mans government was also not interested in this.
-Collaboration with Diane Tremblay