Pan American Games
October 15 - The future of the Toronto 2015 Athletes' Village following the Pan American and Parapan American Games has been secured after it was revealed that Canadian multi-service community organisation Fred Victor will transform the facility into a new supportive housing community following the conclusion of the event.
October 7 – Toronto 2015 have unveiled their plans to host the largest ever Parapan Am Games with an estimated 1,500 athletes set to compete in 15 sports including, for the first time in the history of the event, wheelchair rugby.
October 2 - Construction has begun on the Aquatics Centre and Field House for the Toronto 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games in what is the largest venue construction project for the event.
September 17 - Guadalajara's Opening Ceremony at last year's Pan American Games has received an Emmy Award for costume design after it was watched by a broadcast audience of over 200 million people in every country across North and South America.
September 13 - Guadalajara is confident of paying off its 399 million pesos (£19 million/$30 million/€24 million) debt from the 2011 Pan American Games by the end of the year in a move that could reignite the Mexican cities' bid for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games.
August 29 - Networking equipment giant Cisco was today been unveiled as a Premier Partner for the Toronto 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games – with a mission to deliver the most connected and fan-friendly event ever.
August 27 - Ajax in the eastern part of the city will host the baseball and softball competitions for the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games, it has been announced.
May 21 - The Toronto 2015 Organising Committee has unveiled Caledon Park in Ontario as the official venue for equestrianism at the Pan-Parapan American Games.
May 13 - Toronto 2015 have claimed that the cluster system idea they adopted for the Pan/Parapan American Games at the start of the year has allowed them to keep within their $1.4 billion (£888 million/€1.1 billion) budget as they unveiled the key locations for the competition.
February 23 - The town of Markham has unveiled its plans for the Markham Pan Am Centre which is set to host both the water polo and badminton competitions at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games.
February 2 - The velodrome for the Toronto 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games is set to be located in the small town of Milton after it was confirmed at their municipal council meeting that a permanent velodrome will be constructed at the Milton Education Village.
January 27 - The Toronto 2015 Organising Committee has decided to adopt a cluster system for the Pan American Games, marking what the Games chief executive Ian Troop (pictured) described as a "fundamental shift" in their venue planning.
January 19 - The Toronto 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games Organising Committee have announced the appointment of 10 elite Canadian athletes to its newly created Athlete Advisory Council.
January 5 - Paul Henderson (pictured), former President of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) and the man who led the Toronto 1996 Olympic and Paralympic bid, has hit out at the city as it prepares to host 2015 Pan American Games saying that escalating costs could see the competition costing as much as $4 billion (£2.4 billion/€2.9 billion) to stage.