It was a star-studded affair on the CBC Plaza at Hamilton and Georgia yesterday with CBC's own hosts meeting the fans and handing out limited edition CBC pins, and Olympians Maelle Ricker, Silken Laumann and Ross Rebagliati interviewing with CBC reporters.
Check out the schedule here to see when your favourite CBC personalities will be on the Plaza.
BRIGHT LIGHT is a 6-week-long series of commissioned public art installations, exhibits and events that will occur over the dates of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Vancouver, BC Canada (Feb. 12 - March 21).
Fourteen galleries and arts organizations in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside neighbourhood, including Centre A, Artspeak Gallery, ASIR Studio, Fillip magazine, Helen Pitt Gallery, Jeffrey Boone Gallery and others, have collaborated to present an amazing variety of site-specific artworks, installations, video projections, street performances, publications, interactive community events and a First Nations arts festival.
Come on down to CBC Shop where you will receive some decadent chocolate to give to your special someone and a coupon for $10 off your next purchase of $50 or more, with every purchase until Friday, February 12!
CBC shopkeeper, Andrew, must be a true romantic. Check out his top picks for the month:
Starting off bright and early on CBC Radio One's The Early Edition with Rick Cluff, welcomes co-host Jeannie Senft, renowned Canadian figure skating judge. Joining them will be B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell and Rick Antonsen CEO of Tourism Vancouver.
At noon, join Mark Forsythe as B.C. Almanac as you practice your ice dancing to live music by Vancouver Canucks long-time organist Mike Kenney.