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Economic Benefits of The Grey Cup

While the Calgary Stampeders and the Toronto Argonauts prepare for the fight for Grey Cup this Sunday, there's already one clear winner. The City of Toronto. Thousands of visitors have arrived or are en route to take part in the festivities. And all of them will need a place to sleep, eat and have a good time. Andrew Weir is the vice-president of communications for Tourism Toronto. He talked about the economic benefits associated with this coming weekend. Listen audio (runs 5:37)

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