I see Eugene Melynk's bid scored the highest. This is something that maybe Hamilton could do, on a smaller scale due to size of the area, if there is some big money available for the West Harbour in light of the current Mayor having previously wanted to see the stadium, therefore sports, on that site years ago. If Hamilton is still interested in the NHL for the city. I don't know.
RendezVous LeBreton named highest ranking bid for Lebreton Flats
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