Thousands of visitors expected for games in PA – paNOW

by ahnationtalk on February 26, 202083 Views

Prince Albert city council has approved $75,000 worth of funding for a massive sporting event coming to P.A. this spring.

The Tony Cote Winter Games will feature over 3,000 athletes aged 10 to 18 from 74 First Nations across Saskatchewan.

This year’s annual event is being jointly hosted by James Smith Cree Nation, Sturgeon Lake First Nation and Wahpeton Dakota Nation from April 12 to 17.

Games manager, Tami McKenzie told paNOW every hotel in the city is booked for the weeklong competition. Organizers even secured accommodation in Warman, Melfort and Shellbrook to house the up to 10,000 athletes, coaches and spectators set to descend on the city.

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