Source: Hailey Salvian, CBC News, July 12, 2018 

Economic impact of the tournament is expected to be $10 million for province

The softball world has come to Saskatchewan, rewarding a four-year, multi-million dollar fundraising effort.

The Junior Men’s World Softball Championships hit the diamond in Prince Albert, Sask., on Saturday, bringing 13 nations, thousands of fans and an economic boost to the city.

“I think it’s just the biggest event to ever hit this city,” said Felix Casavant, one of the co-chairs of the tournament. He said this is the first world championship of any sport to be held in Prince Albert.

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