Today, Atos announced it is joining the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games as its newest Premier Partner. The company, with Canadian headquarters in Mississauga, ON, will provide Games systems integration services, as well as timing, scoring and results solutions and services for the Games at more than 30 competition venues in 15 different municipalities.
The best shooting athletes in the Americas and Caribbean will take aim at the Toronto International Trap & Skeet Club during the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games, the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games Organizing Committee (TO2015) confirmed today.
The success of international sporting events is truly thanks to the efforts and enthusiasm of the volunteers. The 2015 Games are a once-in-a-lifetime experience and an opportunity for Ontario’s youth to get involved, gain specialized training and earn transferable workplace skills that will serve them long after the Games have drawn to a close.
Ontario is marking a significant milestone in both the construction of the CIBC Pan Am / Parapan Am Games Athletes' Village and the province's long-term investment in the revitalization of the West Don Lands with a topping off ceremony today.
The Government of Ontario and TO2015 have created a program to help every kid be a Pan Am/Parapan Am Kid. This means children and youth can learn about and participate in different sport, recreational and cultural activities before, during and after the TORONTO 2015 Games.
Ontario is well ahead in the planning stages compared to other host jurisdictions. Capital projects are on time and on or under budget. Many will open one year before the Games for community use. As we move into the operational phase of Games planning, we expect this progress to continue. As new host jurisdiction responsibilities are confirmed, we state them openly and publicly.