Longest Stanley Park seawall closure in history is finally over

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      Power walkers, cyclists, and roller bladers can breathe a sigh of relief—and get some exercise along one of the most scenic areas of Vancouver.

      That's because the Vancouver park board reopened part of the Stanley Park seawall that had been closed for more than a month.

      The shutdown was on the northern side near Lions Gate Bridge, where ice had accumulated above the popular path.

      Because of its location, it attracts less sunlight than other areas of the park.

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