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Another step for the return of major league baseball to Montreal appears to have been completed, as according to a document released Tuesday, the group of investors at the head of the project would like to see the construction of a stadium at the Peel basin, in the Pointe-Saint-Charles.
According to what was reported by the radio station 98.5 FM, Tuesday, the president-general director of the company Claridge, Pierre Boivin, has recently enrolled on the Register of lobbyists in Quebec to convince the political authorities. It would be for a field located in the south-west of the Peel basin.
The objective of the request of the former president of the Canadian of Montreal and Stephen Bronfman is “to obtain support (political) of the government of Quebec (direction) in future discussions with the federal government (more specifically the Canada lands Company) on the transfer potential of a land coveted by the proponent for a proposed stadium aimed at bringing back a baseball team professional in Montreal, since this land is owned by Canada Land Company”, according to the document released by the site on 98.5 FM.
Bronfman has talked in recent months with the mayor of Montreal, Valerie Plant, and the premier of Quebec, François Legault, on the possible arrival of a team of major league baseball in the quebec metropolis. Also, according to a market study and consultations carried out by the business people wishing to return to training for the big leagues, a stage of 32 000 places in the city centre would be ideal in the eyes of the public.