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Faces and places from an unforgettable year

2010 has been an amazing year. Here are some of my favourite photos.

Photo 1: Muggins, the beloved kitty that lives at the New Fountain Shelter

Photo 2: Park Board Commissioners and Company cut red tape for the first-ever BMX dirt jump park at Kensington Park

Photo 3: Rick Mountain saying goodbye to family before heading to Rio for the 2010 Homeless World Cup

Photo 4: Park Board General Manager Malcolm Bromely introducing Captian Walrus at the grand opening of Hillcrest Park

Photo 5: Robert Milton shoots and scores at the Homeless World Cup in Rio

Photo 6: A hug from the mayor

Photo 7: Kailin See gets a dose of puppy love

Photo 8: Team Canada soccer champ Patrick Oleman with the Fair Play Award from the Homeless World Cup in Rio de Janeiro 

Photo 9: Tim Stevenson, Ryan Clayton and Constance Barnes Day Against Hate Crime
Photo 10: Proud to be Canadian
Photo 11: Buy an apple from me
Photo 12: First Nations Rememberance Day
Photo 13: Portland Phoenix Women's Vancouver Street Soccer League team
Photo 14: 24 hours reporter Sarah Rowland out on the town

Photo 15: Portland FC Calender photoshoot with Rebecca Blisset

Photo 16: Homeless Cup Team Canada coach Alan Bates

Photo 17: Commissioner Raj Hundal and I at Park Board Headquarters

Photo 18: Aaron Jasper, chair of the Vancouver Park Board, and Jack Layton
Photo 19: The Construction of Kensington Pool

Photo 20: Spencer Chandra Herbert Speaks to the Park Board about Stanley Park's Beaver Lake 

Photo 21: Local comedian Lauren Martin

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