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View several key documents related to the 2010 Winter Games, such as the Multi-party Agreement, the Vancouver 2010 Bid Books, and the 2010 Business Opportunities Guide. [ More ]
The Multi-Party Agreement (MPA) for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games signed by the Government of Canada, the Government of British Columbia, the City of Vancouver, the Resort Municipality of Whistler, the Canadian Olympic Committee, the Canadian Paralympic Committee, and the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, details how each party will contribute to a successful Winter Games.
The MPA establishes a clear understanding of the roles and working relationships of all the parties and the contractual arrangements between them. It addresses a range of issues including financial contributions, legal responsibilities, and the sport legacies of the Games.
These bid books were submitted to the International Olympic Committee as part of Canada’s bid for Vancouver 2010. The bid books outlined information on the following themes:
Reflecting Canada’s Linguistic Duality at the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games: A Golden Opportunity”, Follow-up Report.
On September 15, 2009, the Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages tabled a follow-up report in the Senate on compliance with language requirements in the organization of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in Vancouver and Whistler.
Raising our Game for Vancouver 2010: Towards a Canadian Model of Linguistic Duality in International Sport - A follow-up
On September 15, 2009, the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages published its follow-up report on the 2010 Winter Games, Raising our Game for Vancouver 2010: Towards a Canadian Model of Linguistic Duality in International Sport.
During the 39th Parliament, the Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages conducted a study on the consideration of official languages in the organization of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Study on the consideration of official languages in the organization of the 2010 Games.
In accordance with the motion adopted by the Senate, the Government of Canada provided a complete and detailed response to the Senate Standing Committee's report on the consideration of official languages in the 2010 Winter Games. This follow-up report states the Government of Canada’s firm intention to monitor the issues outlined in the Senate report until 2010.
A complete and detailed response to Senate Standing Committee's report.
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In its role as a national marketing organization, the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) is implementing an Olympic Games Tourism Strategy to market Canada as a desirable tourism destination before, during, and after 2010. The strategy is built on a three-phased approach to be implemented between 2008 and 2012.
Leveraging Canada's Games: 2008-2012 Olympic Games tourism strategy
This handbook will:
Read about 2010 business opportunities related to the Games and on how to get involved.
In 2006, the Governments of Canada and BC ratified a Memorandum of Agreement concerning the sharing of costs for security planning and operations directly related to the 2010 Winter Games.
Read about the Memorandum of Agreement concerning the sharing of costs for security planning and operations directly related to the 2010 Winter Games.
An Act respecting the protection of marks related to the Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games and protection against certain misleading business associations and making a related amendment to the Trade-marks Act.
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