2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games

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Delivering the Games

The 2015 Games will leave a lasting legacy for Toronto residents and businesses through new and improved athletic infrastructure across the city. Toronto will work with many partners to deliver the 2015 Games including the Government of Canada, the Province of Ontario, Canadian Olympic Committee, Canadian Paralympic Committee, more than a dozen municipalities and three universities.

 

Creating a legacy for Toronto

The 2015 Games will leave a lasting legacy for Toronto residents and businesses through new and improved athletic infrastructure across the city.

 

Host City Showcase Program

Toronto's Host City Showcase Program will help to deliver an exciting Games experience for residents, visitors and businesses.

Multi-Party Agreement

Organizing, funding and governing a successful TORONTO 2015 Games requires significant planning, advanced co-ordination/co-operation and budget commitment from three levels of government. 

Funding the Games

The budget for the 2015 Pan American/Parapan American Games is $1.44 billion and will come from the federal and provincial governments, various municipalities across the Greater Golden Horseshoe Area, educational institutions and corporate sponsors.