Second, yoga-wear company Lululemon Athletica tweeted that it had "decided not to participate" in #OmTheBridge.
Third, YYoga posted the following statement from CEO Terry McBride on its website:
International Day of Yoga is about celebrating something very positive, and it has become anything but that.
Our intention to provide yoga to the city in celebration was purely formed. We hoped that our intentions would shine through, but that has not been the case. We have had the opportunity to connect with our very passionate community over the last several days and have done a lot of listening. We have heard that the event that was presented was not what they wanted.
The importance of celebrating the tradition of yoga still rings true for us. We are working with our partners from the community to deliver something that serves them in a more meaningful way.
Please stay tuned for something that will reflect the tradition of yoga, and the wishes of our community...in a park.
Big surprise: yoga on the Burrard Bridge has been cancelled.
Once again, we'll leave you with this image of a smiling NDP Leader John Horgan:
Oh yeah, remember this?
Update (1 p.m.): Oh goodie, Christy Clark has issued a statement on the event's cancellation.