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Winter Games

Paralympic silver medalist Josh Dueck high fives for WorkSafe BC Raise Your Hand

This past weekend, Paralympic silver medalist Josh Dueck spent 24 hours with no sleep and his right hand in the air to represent the WorkSafe BC Raise Your Hand. This movement empowers the province's...

American Journalist's Article Compares Canada to Nazi Germany

Martin Luther King Jr. said, “I have decided to stick with love.  Hate is too great a burden to bear.” I need to remember this because I’ve just read the most unbelievable, non-apologetic...

Just in Time for Christmas Souvenir Transit Passes on Sale November 27

They’re lasting – and useful – souvenirs of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games – and make great stocking stuffers for Christmas.  TransLink’s six-week Games Transit Passes go on sale...

Temporary Hostel to Open December 4 for Visitors and Workers in Vancouver during 2010 Winter Games

The temporary hostel for the 2010 Winter Games will open its doors next week at the Eldorado Hotel in east Vancouver to provide low-cost accommodations for people seeking Games-related employment or...

Norwegian Alpine Ski Team Coach-less, Michael Bublé Hosts Olympic Hockey Games: Today's Olympic Round-Up

Norwegian Speed Skating Coach Fired Over Comment The Norwegian national speed skating team lost its coach on Monday after skater Maren Haugli complained to the Norweigian speed skating federation...

One-of-a-Kind Medals Show Off Great Vancouver Landscapes

Olympic updates for Oct. 15th, 2009. The medals were unveiled today for the Olympic as well as Paralympic games. Each medal given out will be one-of-a-kind.