Looks like the plan for the Toronto Lynx to play at Tim Horton's field won't happen. When I first heard it, it seemed a little strange as Ticat owner Bob Young had talked about a soccer team of his own in Hamilton.
From the CBC article:
"But the Lynx had competition from the Ticats organization, which has
been negotiating with the city for a pro soccer partnership. The city
and Ticats organization are looking for the highest possible level of
soccer to be played at the stadium and the USL Pro League is at least a
third tier league. City staff recommended against a deal with the Lynx."
I haven't heard much about the Ticats' plans for a soccer team lately, but evidently they are still pursuing it. Bob Young had owned (until 2010) a part of the Carolina Railhawks, now in the North American Soccer League (the second tier league), along with Canadian teams FC Edmonton and the Ottawa Fury.
If Bob Young can get a NASL team, that's obviously better for the city than a third tier team especially one that's just a farm team of Toronto FC.