It criss-crossed the country and now, the Olympic Torch is back in B.C.
It spent the night in the small town of Golden where it was met with much celebration.
Curt Petrovich will have more from there on the show.
The flame has been on Canadian soil since the end of October.
By the time it finally arrives in Vancouver for the opening of the 2010 Winter Games 12,000 people will have carried it across the country.
If you have photos from when the flame passed through your city share them with us here.
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