You may have noticed recently the red and white colour scheme of Calgary Tower in honour of the Olympics, but things turned truly spectacular after Penny Oleksiak won Canada’s first gold medal.
Calgary Tower lit up the cauldron that sits at the top of the building to honour the 16-year-olds major Olympic accomplishments last night. In case you didn’t get a chance to peep it, here are 10 photos for you to enjoy.
Celebrating Gold! #weownthenight_ab #weownthenight_ig #calgaryarts #captureyyc #capturecalgary #yycinstameets #yycnow #calgarybuzz #calgaryisbeautiful #explorealberta #calgarytower #eastvillageyyc #moodygrams #reflectiongram #puddle_poorn #night_excl
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