Is it the best solution we’ve ever heard to the Olympic skateboarding debate? We think it just might be.
Former B.C. cabinet minister Ian Waddell watches the women's team pursuit with a woman who gave Canadian athletes a boost when they really needed it.
The City of Vancouver has announced that it has reached a "negotiated agreement" with the Olympic Village developer to place the project in receivership.
It's kind of like Robson Square turned into a massive nightclub, mashed up with a psychedelic laser show straight out of the Planetarium, and fireworks, flames, lights, and zipliners galore.
The Vancouver Police Department would like to see a closed-circuit television system installed to monitor crowds during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games undergo an extensive review.
After Sidney Crosby scored the goal that won the gold medal for Canada in the Olympic men’s hockey final, people across the country went berserk.
For 18 days, two of Vancouver's loudest Olympic celebration sites brought good times to no-fun city.
Millions will remember where they were when they heard this sound.
On Sunday (February 28), people poured onto the streets of downtown Vancouver to celebrate Team Canada's win against the U.S. in the gold-medal men's hockey game.
The Vancouver Police Department further solidified its buzz-kill rep with its show of force in East Vancouver following Canada’s gold-medal men’s hockey win over the U.S. Sunday afternoon
Midnight on Granville Street with Vancouver celebrating Team Canada’s gold medal in men’s hockey and the final night of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
A collection of photographs from February 28's men's ice hockey gold medal game.
A collection of photographs from February 28's Vancouver 2010 closing ceremony.
Here I was, just a few rows away from where I’d sat 16 days ago for the opening ceremonies—and here, again, were several thousand people wearing light-blue-paper ponchos.
The evening closed with k-os performing "Eye Know Something".
Transportation planner Eric Doherty says the activists achieved more than they expected.
Canada becomes the first host nation to win men's hockey gold since the 1980 "Miracle on Ice'.
Sidney Crosby scored the game winner on a give-and-go with Jerome Iginla.
It looked like Canada would win a gold medal in regulation time until Parise beat Roberto Luongo with 25 seconds left in the third period.
It was Kesler's second goal of the tournament.
It was Perry's fourth goal of the tournament.
Mike Richards stole the puck deep in the U.S. zone, leading to a first-period goal by Jonathan Toews.
The game will attract a large U.S. television audience, helping the NHL in its weaker markets south of the border.
Rochette was also a cowinner of the Terry Fox Award at the 2010 Games.
I never thought I would see a day when little-known women's bobsleigh teams would push millionaire hockey stars into second place in the hearts of Canadian sports fans.