Fireworks Celebration at 2010 Games at LiveCity Site Creates a Display Worthy of a Gold Medal

A spectacular fireworks marked the last night of two weeks of fireworks in Vancouver.    In the Canada Line at Roundhouse/Yaletown, two women sang "Oh, Canada."  A group of guys coming the opposite direction joined in.  Soon, the entire station was filled with people singing together.  Canada spirit was running high.

Earlier in the evening, Blue Rodeo performed.  What a night.

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