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More Know Before You Go: Getting to your Seat

Know when your competition begins and how long it will take you to get there. >>>

The 2010 Winter Games Bilingual Experience

The Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games provide an unprecedented opportunity to showcase Canada’s unique identity to the world. Canada is playing host to more than 80 countries, 30 of which are francophone nations, and the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) is committed to providing a truly Canadian approach to hosting the Games in English and French, its official languages >>>

Raise a Glass for Team Canada!

Raise a glass and support our Olympic and Paralympic athletes in 2010! Millions of Canadians came together in 1988 during the Olympic Winter Games in Calgary to help athletes and coaches by purchasing over 50 million Petro-Canada glasses. >>>

Marrying hockey and the Olympic Torch Relay

In a country where putting on skates and hitting the rink is a natural thing, it seemed like a perfect marriage to include the most loved and popular sport in Canada — hockey — with the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay. >>>

A Torch Fit for a Cross-Canada Journey

Employees of Bombardier are feeling a special bond with the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay. >>>

Two great contests – enter now!

Tourism BC (British Columbia) is running two contests that will allow some lucky Canadians and United States residents to discover British Columbia at its best. >>>

Apply to Become a 2010 Paralympic Torch Relay Torchbearer

All Canadians are invited to apply for a torchbearer spot in the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Torch Relay. >>>

Community choirs showcased during the Olympic Torch Relay

Since the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay began its 106-day journey a month ago, more than 1,800 torchbearers have carried the flame over 19,000 kilometres, while many community choirs have performed There's a light/Cette flamme. >>>

Meet Michelle Bartleman: A Proud Bilingual Athlete

Bartleman is a proud Canadian athlete who has come to understand the importance of bilingualism. >>>

The Best of Us Challenge

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) collaborated with YouTube to create The Best of Us Challenge. >>>

Do Your Part: National Youth Video Contest

With the theme of environmental sustainability, kids, here’s your task: Get your video cameras out and get creative with your message of keeping planet earth healthy. >>>

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games™

It’s the real deal. Gamers, get ready for some Vancouver 2010 sport action: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games™ is available on the Wii™ home video game system and Nintendo DS™. >>>

The Olympic Truce and Vancouver 2010

The Olympic Games unite the world. No matter what country we’re watching them from, we all comprehend both the joy and sadness that come with sport. >>>

Anti-Doping at VANOC: the Journey to Clean Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games

Every Olympic and Paralympic Games Organizing Committee faces the challenge of providing an extraordinary Games experience including a doping-free sport environment. >>>

Aboriginal Art at Vancouver 2010 Venues

In a two-day exhibition starting Saturday, October 17, the public will have an opportunity to meet more than 50 of the brilliant artists behind the fantastic, permanent Aboriginal art installations at Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games venues... >>>

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