Olympics

Small, Local Shops Saw Little Profit During Olympics

Beyond the area around Robson Square and Granville Street, it was business as unusual---unusually slow, except for the occasional exception like The Umbrella Shop on Granville Island.

Vancouver Says Final Goodbyes to Olympic Line

After being used by over 500,000 travelers, the Vancouver streetcar will close on March 21.

The Second Class Games? Apathy and Nonchalance Haunt Vancouver's Paralympics

The Paralympic Games deserve an equal amount of public attention. Why so much apathy?

How VPD Secured City During 2010 Olympic Games Without Repressing It

A successful police story unfolded during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games.

Apologies for the Olympics and Paralympics

Betty and Rolly Fox, parents of Terry Fox, carry the torch into opening ceremonies for the 2010 Paralympic Games.

Military Helicopter Buzzes False Creek While Tracking Paralympic Torch Relay on Camera

A military helicopter either on a practice drill or in preparation for the Opening Ceremonies for the 2010 Paralympics hovered above the Granville Street Bridge and buzzed a path over False Creek to...

The Warmest City to Host the Winter Olympics Gets Snow in March

After being the warmest city to ever host the Winter Olympics, Vancouver gets snow in March.

City Announces Paralympic Torchbearers and Schedule of March 10-12 Relay

Eight individuals representing the City of Vancouver will take part in the Paralympic Torch Relay which began in Ottawa last week and will culminate in the lighting of the Paralympic Cauldron at BC...

Inez Jasper, 2010 Juno nominee and Aboriginal People's Choice winner, balances music and motherhood

Inez acknowledges the importance of a supportive family when pursuing multiple dreams.

Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough

Cultural Olympiad continues during the Paralympic Games with daring dance, thoughtful theatre and awesome art.