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could help Calgary to keep their values low is that much of the former infrastructure that was used during the 1988 Olympic games are still functional and only a few venues would require significant upgrading while other facilities would need to be built from scratch. Additionally, other supporters of the bid on the event argue that there is a hope that the event will help in the reduction of the city’s unemployment levels, which is currently at 8.2% once people start working on bringing the games in the town. Moreover, bringing the games in Calgary has received much support in that it will help in bringing attention and increase tourism, raise the unemployment rate in the city, and that other people are interested in watching the
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CALGARY’S OLYMPIC BID 4 Olympics in person. The city's committee for the bid exploration argues that 2016 games would cost them far less than the 2010 Olympics games held in Vancouver which was a hit for the country’s economy. Markedly, considering the benefits that the event brought in the town during the 1988 Olympic games, hosting these sports will be beneficial to them to the future of the operations of the city as a result of the legacy that the events will leave behind. The vents are believed to add much vitality to the spirit of a small town On the other hand, the opponents of the bid argue that the city is in the doldrums and this may not be the right time for committing such massive amount of taxpayers’ money to a three- week event which they are not sure of its returns. The arguments were that the Olympics are not worth the risk for Calgary and the city should focus on other development projects and forget about the sports activity. People argued that the money that would be invested for the Olympics
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  • Spring '16
  • Olympic Games, Summer Olympic Games, International Olympic Committee, Winter Olympic Games

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