Expect a massive price tag on the recycle Olympics, with little benefit for YYC

A great story by    ( @markusoff  ) in Maclean’s from Jun 19, 2018

The Stampede Corral was built on Calgary’s cowboy fairgrounds in 1950, for $1.25 million. Back when Calgary was home to one-tenth the million-plus people it has now, the Corral’s 6,400 bright-red wooden seats was a grand palace for the city and its minor-hockey Stampeders. It was a bit crowded by the time the NHL Flames arrived in 1980, and the team moved to the Saddledome once it was complete in 1983. Read more…

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