Jul 27, 2015

Toronto will bid for 2024 Olympics; joins 5 others | TODAYonline

TORONTO — The head of the Canadian Olympic Committee says Toronto will bid for the 2024 Olympics, joining a crowded field that already includes five cities. Marcel Aubut, president of the COC, told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation the city will use the Pan Am Games _ which end Sunday as a springboard. Toronto joins Boston; Budapest, Hungary; Hamburg, Germany; Paris; Rome. Toronto lost...

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