Look­ing back, ahead

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - SPORTS -

A look at the re­cent and up­com­ing host com­mu­ni­ties for the Canada Games, which be­gan in Que­bec City in 1967. The Games are held ev­ery two years, al­ter­nat­ing be­tween win­ter and sum­mer.

2001 - Lon­don, Ont.

2003 - Bathurst-Camp­bell­ton, N.B.

2005 - Regina

2007 - White­horse

2009 - Prince Ed­ward Is­land

2011 - Hal­i­fax

2013 - Sher­brooke, Que.

2015 - Prince Ge­orge, B.C.

2017 - Win­nipeg

2019 - Red Deer, Alta.

2023 - Prince Ed­ward Is­land

Did you know? - The pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ment says the 2009 Canada Sum­mer Games left Prince Ed­ward Is­land with a legacy of new and im­proved fa­cil­i­ties, en­hanced vol­un­teer re­sources, fi­nan­cial re­turns from more than 15,000 vis­i­tors, and $81.5 mil­lion in eco­nomic ac­tiv­ity.

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