Currently we have no site to build a cable park in Ontario. In the Toronto area, we have lots of parkland with golf courses, baseball diamonds and soccer fields. Even skateboarders were given a piece of parkland to pave over.
If these sports are accommodated with parkland, but cable riding is not, isn't that discrimination?
Wakeskaters and wakeboarders are used to discrimination from waterskiiers. Being a young, fringe sport has made us cool, but now we have a better shot at the Olympics than waterskiing. We are a legit sport.
I am not a lawyer, but I believe wakeskaters/wakeboarders can unite to file a class action lawsuit against Toronto Parks and Conservation Ontario for discrimination, and request land for a cable in our settlement agreement.
Does anyone else think this could work?