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It's a shame that Vancouver's no longer on the books - although the track wasn't as ideal as Montreal, it was more or less equivalent to Toronto in terms of temporary setups.

Calgary is interesting, but I'm not sure where you'd run it - the Stampede area doesn't seem like it would work.

Edmonton has been in limbo every year. It is about money nothing else. It was Kalkhoven+Forsythe's vision in the beginning to make up for the loss of Cleveland.
Bet Rob Ford will review the finances of the Toronto race as well.

A well written article:


Edmonton is slowly closing the city airport. Land is being sold off for real estate development.

Without TALENTED Canadian drivers in the series,does anyone really care?

I really hope the Indy returns to Vancouver. Vancouver is also really the only international city that could make the event successful on an international scale and not just a local scale - little attention would be paid to it if it were in Calgary or Quebec City.

However, I think the Metro Vancouver should work on getting the Indy back. It can't be just the City of Vancouver as there isn't really even much land left. Perhaps the fraser lands in Surrey near Scott Road? Or Perhaps the fraser lands in Vancouver near Marine Drive Station?

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