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Programme de soutien aux événements sportifs internationaux ou pancanadiens Congrès de l’Alliance canadienne du tourisme sportif Gatineau, 15 mai 2009 Eric Pilote, Québec MELS EVENTS PROGRAMS 1) Sport events funding program 2) Development of sport and physical activity Fund .

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Programme de soutien aux événements sportifs internationaux ou pancanadiensCongrès de l’Alliance canadienne du tourisme sportifGatineau, 15 mai 2009Eric Pilote, Québec

mels events programs
MELS EVENTS PROGRAMS

1) Sport eventsfundingprogram

2) Developmentof sport andphysicalactivityFund.

other qc events programs
OTHER QC EVENTS PROGRAMS

Department of Tourism

Departmentof Municipal Affairs, Regionsand Land Occupancy (Montréal regionevents)

Bureau de la Capitale-Nationale (Québec regionevents)

regular program
Regularprogram
  • 4 categories:
    • 1) National events (1 K$-7.5 K$)
    • 2) International invitation events (1 K$-12.5 K$)
    • 3) International events non eligible in theFunds (5 K$-25 K$)
    • 4) Sport for Allevents (1 K$-7.5 K$)
  • Categories 1, 2, 3 open only to PSOs
  • Category 4 open to PSOsandNon-profitorganizations
  • 2009-2010: 533 000 $
development of sport and physical activity fund dspaf
Developmentof sport andphysicalactivityFund (DSPAF)
  • Created in 2006 under MP Jean-Marc Fournier
  • % of thetobaccotax (formerly for O. Stadium)
  • Twoprograms : 1) Infrastructures, 2) Events
  • 30 M$ / yruntil 2020 :
    • 24 M$ Infrastructures (spentso far: 263,2 M$/365 M$)
    • 6 M$ Events
objective of the dspaf
OBJECTIVE OF THE DSPAF

Foster thedevelopmentof a sporting culture amongQuebeckers by attracting to Québec international sport eventsthatwill :

objective of the dspaf7
OBJECTIVE OF THE DSPAF
  • Promote : - Sports

- Expertise

  • Developmentof sports andrecreationalfacilities
  • Athlete’s support / Training centres
follow up to the launch of the dspaf
FOLLOW-UP TO THE LAUNCH OF THE DSPAF
  • Registerofbid / organizationprojects for international sport events
  • Multiyearreference plan for biddingandorganizing international sport events in Québec (> 2010)
content of the program
CONTENT OF THE PROGRAM

Two parts :

1) Support for bid for events

2) Support for theorganization of events

eligibility criteria
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

1. CLIENTELE

  • Municipal bodies
  • Educational institutions
  • Non profit organizations
  • Grouping of theseorganizations
eligibility criteria11
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

2. ELIGIBLE EVENTS

Support for bids :

  • Large-scalenon-recurringmultisportevents

(ex. : OG/PG, PanAm, Commonwealth, Universiade)

  • Large-scalesingle-sportevents

(ex. : WorldChampionship, FIFA WorldCup, etc.)

eligibility criteria12
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

2. ELIGIBLE EVENTS

Support for theorganization :

  • Projectseligible for assistance to bid for an event
  • Canada-widemultisportevents (Canada Games) or Team Canada olympicselection (ex. swimming, diving)
  • Non-recurring international single-sportevents of moderate size (Panam championship, Americas zone qualification)
  • International multisporteventsofmoderatesize (SpecialOlympics, Jeux de la Francophonie, Winter ArcticGames, NAIG)
  • Major recurringeventsthatmeet certain specificcriteria (World Cup, IFs firsttierevents)
financial assistance
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
  • May notexceed 35 % of theeligiblecosts
  • The total amountof $ provided by QC maynotexceed 50 %oftheeligiblecosts
  • Anyprojectover 5 M$ must beassociatedwith assistance fromthefederalgovernment
  • No deadline for application / Date of reception
summary of applications received
Summaryof applications received

SinceOctober 2006, the DSPAF hasreceived82 applications:

  • Non-eligible: 19
  • In treatment(Cabinet): 8
  • Analysis: 4
  • Canceled: 3 (losingbids or rejected by MELS)
  • Funded: 48 [ 9,385 M$ ] (2 linkedwith a WC bid)
example of recent funded events
Exampleofrecentfundedevents
  • Summer Canada Games - Sherbrooke 2013: 8 M$
  • FIS SnowboardWorldChampionship 2013: 1.145 M$ + 70 K$ (Bid)
  • UCI Mountain Bike & Trial World Championship 2010: 1.075 M$
  • ISU Short TrackSpeed-SkatingWorldJrChampionship 2009: 122.4 K$
  • Défi Sportif 2009 (handisport events): 200 K$
  • AmericasCupofBoccia 2009: 53.5 K$
  • FIS Snowboard World Cup 2009: 500 K$
  • FIG ArtisticGymnasticsWorldCup 2009: 142.5 K$
  • FedCup 2009 (women tennis): 40 K$
example of events under analysis
Exampleofeventsunderanalysis
  • FINA Open WaterWorldChampionship 2010
  • FINA 4thWorldTrophySynchonizedSwimming 2009
  • UCI Women’s RoadCyclingWorldCup 2009
  • Gymnastics Panam Selection for 2010 YouthOlympicGames
  • UCI Moutain Bike World Cups 2009 (Bromont & MSA)
  • FITT Table Tennis JrWorldCup 2009
  • UCI U23 & Juniors Nations Cup 2009 (road cycling)
challenges
Challenges
  • Reinforcethelinkbetween infrastructures & eventsprograms
  • Notenough applications in a year to spend all the money allocated
  • MotivateourPSOs to organize major international eventsandhelpingthemconvincetheirNSOs to post bidsinvolvingcities in Quebec
  • KeepingtheNSOsinformedofourprogram
wrap up
Wrap-up
  • Sport culture
  • Infrastructures: 26 M$/yr
  • Events: 4 M$/yr
  • High performance / Training centres
  • Partnership