This morning the gold, bronze, and silver medals for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games were unveiled at the athlete’s village. The imagery is distinctly British Columbian with First Nations engravings along the front and back. Â© VANOC The symbols are based upon master works by Corrine Hunt, a Vancouver, BC-based artist of Komoyue […]
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LiveCity for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games is the name for the public celebration sites that will be hosted around downtown Vancouver. Back in March cutbacks were announced but today the City revealed that it’s all about the party. LiveCity Vancouver includes two dynamic celebration sites in downtown Vancouver that will be open to the […]
Molson Canadian Hockey House will be a refuge, a retreat, a party zone, and a hub for all things hockey during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games. The House will host players, teams, fans, VIPs and delegates throughout the course of the Olympic activities in 2010. The facility will be located at Concord Pacific Place, in […]
When tickets for the Vancouver 2010 games went on sale I didn’t even ante up as I was looking forward to covering the games from a community perspective – not necessarily from inside the rink (although okay, that would be amazing). Sharing stories and capturing the excitement from local pubs, restaurants, parks, friend’s homes, and […]
It has been announced that a first wave of tickets to the 2010 Olympic Winter Games will go on sale in less than a month. Thirty per cent of tickets for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games will be made available to the public, a spokesman for the organizing […]
There’s some time this morning for one of my link fests so here we go – all the way from the Show Me State. Photo: Kris Krug / StaticPhotography – I expressed concerns earlier this week about BC Place being ready for the Olympics in 2010 however this is far down on the list when […]