By Ryan McGreal
Published September 02, 2010
With the purported reintroduction of Confederation Park as a potential site, the Pan Am stadium debate has completed the sad transition from a question of which location will produce the most benefit to which location will cause the least harm.
At this point we've clearly abandoned all hope of achieving the goal of revitalizing an otherwise-inert brownfield. The lingering question concerns whether we'd rather sacrifice a lively waterfront park or a long-term innovation employment district for the privilege of providing a free home to a struggling $15 million-a-year retail sports operation.