John Doyle is a writer for the Globe and Mail who primarily covers television. During the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015, he ventured into sport writing with… 275 more words
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The FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2015 and the U-20 Women’s World CUP in 2014 brought $28.6 million in economic benefits to Ottawa.
The figures, released yesterday by Soccer Canada, include direct and indirect spending on hotels, shopping, restaurants and other products and services. 211 more words
EDMONTON — The FIFA Women’s World Cup provided a boost to the local economy. Across Canada, the Women’s World Cup and 2014 U20 Women’s World Cup had an economic impact of $493.6 million, the Canadian Soccer Association said. 200 more words
In previous years, you could be excused for not realising the women’s world cup was on. Not this year. We have been one of the few countries to broadcast every game live, albeit that games were only moved from soon to be online only BBC Three to BBC One for the quarter final, and the games have attracted a lot more… 803 more words