Experience the games all over again

For one golden month in 2010, Vancouver, Whistler and Richmond were the centre of universal attention.
Here's what happened next.

Canadian Tourism Commission release HD broadcast feature that takes you back to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, while taking you into the future of British Columbia.

VANCOUVER, July 25, 2012 /CNW/ - When Vancouver, Richmond and Whistler hosted the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, media from around the globe eagerly showcased our world-class, four-season destinations. People on every continent witnessed the infinite experiences on offer in British Columbia.

From thrilling legacy venues and iconic public art work to revitalized and new luxury hotels and state-of-the-art transportation systems, the Winter Games created a cultural and economic impact that irrevocably changed British Columbia.

As the Olympic Summer Games get underway in London, England, the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) has released an HD broadcast television/online feature (approximately 2 minutes in duration) for use by national and international media, which captures the vibrant legacies of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Through it, discover how the opportunity of a lifetime turned into a lifetime of opportunity for Vancouver, Richmond and Whistler, and bring the world back to experience British Columbia, and Canada, all over again.

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CTC 2010 Olympic Legacy - Backgrounder.doc
CTC 2010 Olympic Legacy - Shot List.doc
CTC 2010 Olympic Legacy - Split Audio Graphic On.mov
CTC 2010 Olympic Legacy - Split Audio No Graphic.mov
CTC 2010 Olympic Legacy - Stereo Master Graphic On.mov
CTC 2010 Olympic Legacy - Stereo Master No Graphic.mov
CTC 2010 Olympic Legacy.doc
CTC 2010 Olympic Legacy - Web Quality.mov

If you are unable to access the server with above link, please use the following login info:

Username: ctc-2010olympiclegacy
Password: legacy

SOURCE: Canadian Tourism Commission

For further information:

Tourism Vancouver
Amber Sessions, 604.631.2870, asessions@tourismvancouver.com

Tourism Richmond
Michelle Dunn, 604.821.5481, mdunn@tourismrichmond.com

Tourism Whistler
Kerry Duff, 604.938.2709, kduff@tourismwhistler.com

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