Not that we were holding our breath, but it looks like there definitely won't be a World Superbike round at Mt. Tremblant in 2004, according to this news item from roadracingworld.com:
Mont-Tremblant Will Not Host World Superbike Round In 2004
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Circuit Mont-Tremblant, located in Quebec, Canada, will not host a round of the FIM-sanctioned World Superbike Championship in 2004, according to Colin Fraser, the promoter of the Parts Canada Superbike Championship.
In a telephone interview with Roadracingworld.com, Fraser said, “We have our race date (August 19-22) confirmed and the assurance that we will be the only two-wheel event at the track, and we have both in writing. I wanted to know if the World Superbike round was going to happen, because, obviously, it would affect our event, and the track manager assured me that we were the only motorcycle event for 2004.”
Circuit Mont-Tremblant was listed as a “to be confirmed” date, July 2-4, on the tentative 2004 World Superbike schedule released by the FIM on October 24.
Track designer Alan Wilson, who re-designed Circuit Mont-Tremblant in recent years to bring it up to FIA (car) racing standards and has worked with the FIM on several projects including Barber Motorsports Park, recently stated that FIM would have to make “major concessions” to run a World Superbike race at Mont-Tremblant.