Canadians strut their stuff at 2012 London Olympics: slideshow

Fencer Monica Peterson shows off her moves to Governor General David Johnston, a

At the 2012 London Games, Canadian officials and athletes get ready to shine...or at least to have a good time.  As usual, former British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell is at the centre of things.

Below, a photo of a torch bearer by former Vancouver Observer Managing Editor Emily Barca.

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