Back on May 14, the Spectator posted a live-blog written by reporter Meredith MacLeod on the Pan Am stadium debate held at the Economic Summit.
I'm struck now, re-reading it, with this report:
[Scott] Mitchell says Ticats love the west harbour, Ticats own property downtown, we understand the west harbour. Submitted a business case to the city, facilitator going to come in. We understand what the city wants to do with west harbour, city understands our position... says he's very optimistic about working this out.
It's pretty hard to reconcile this statement with the Ticats' subsequent insistence that the West Harbour is strictly a non-starter for them.
Something significant shifted behind the scenes between May and July, and I'm determined to figure out what it was.
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