In 1998, the question was posed, "Can whom ever owns the Skydome in Toronto Canada develop themselves into a monopoly"? This questine in 1998 can be asked today however with a little more knowledge. In 1998 the Skydome and those who owned it were losing money and bacame broke in a corporate sense. In the article they compare the Expos and the BlueJays. As one might know now, there is no longer a Montreal Expos baseball team, however there are still the lonesome BlueJays in the midst of a country with enough fans to possibly monopolize. My question is that, can the new owners of the Skydome pull off a giant monopoly of sports in Canada? Turner, the media company whom already owns the Atlanta Braves already has one synergy or owns a team plus the media coverage, may possibly interested in the purchase of the Skydome and BlueJays. With that in mind, Let's recap. If there were a synergy with Turner and the Toronto BlueJays, being the only team in Canada, just think of the profit which could be made. The article also posses the question, "what if one person obtained the Leafs, Raptors, and BlueJays along with the concerts and what not the Skydome and Air Canada Arena hold?" The article directly states, "The area around the stadium and the arena, would become one big sports and entertainment complex. The television network would have first crack at what amounts to nearly a game a day during the calendar year." Is there a possibility for a monopoly?