Edmonton, Toronto and Montreal are Canadian candidate host cities.
The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup pumped $28.6 million into the local economy, the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance announced Thursday.
Canada will break a record without kicking a ball at the Women's World Cup.
Corruption allegations against senior FIFA officials have put sponsors of the upcoming Women's World Cup in Canada in a tight spot, says a sports marketing expert.
As the city ramps up for multiple events in 2017 to mark Canada’s sesquicentennial, a major sporting event just can’t wait, as the Canadian Curling Association announced Thursday the 2016 T
Businesses could have as much to cheer about as spectators when the city hosts part of the FIFA Women’s World Cup next year, a Canadian Soccer Association executive told a group of local entreprene
The Canadian Soccer Association is already turning its attention to next year's FIFA Women's World Cup, and is setting some lofty attendance goals.