After a competitive and comprehensive bid process the host candidate city from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada was selected to host the 2014 North American Indigenous Games. Regina, Saskatchewan won the bid after a close race with Halifax, Nova Scotia and London, Ontario.
The Regina Bid Committee was comprised of representatives from the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, the City of Regina, Province of Saskatchewan, Métis Nation of Saskatchewan, University of Regina and several cultural/community delegates.
“We are extremely proud and honoured to be selected to host the 2014 North American Indigenous Games,” says FSIN Vice Chief Morley Watson. “The real winners will be our young Indigenous athletes from across North America.”
The 2014 NAIG Regina Host Candidate City then handed over hosting duties to representatives to a newly elected Regina 2014 NAIG Board of Directors who began working on establishing the host society, drafting the business plan and hiring the Chief Executive Officer.
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On-line broadcast of the Games: http://www2.myaccess.ca/naig/