Vancouver 2010 Olympic Guide

Dec 19 2017, 4:06 am

After years of waiting the Vancouver 2010 Olympics are here and Vancouverites are ready to celebrate with the world in style. Before you head out that door check out the most comprehensive and easy-to-read guide you will find anywhere. It will be continuously updated and new features will be added daily. Just check it out for yourself below:

The torch is touching down in your neighbourhood soon so get the full scoop with this guide. We’ve got info on the schedule, celebrations, live updates, and much more…

Here is the official complete list of Olympic sports events and schedule, courtesy of Vanoc.

International Pavilions
Provincial, Territory, and Cultural Houses will showcase all they offer during the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.
Sochi House, USA House, Heineken House and much, much more in the extensive International Pavilions list.

If you don’t have tickets, fear not Vancouverites. The city has a lot of free events going on around the 2010 Winter Olympic games and Vancity Buzz has the complete guide.

LiveCity Downtown
Richmond O-Zone
LiveSites and celebrations in the suburbs

Check out all of what the little party village has to offer.

RazorGator is your source to the 2010 Winter Olympics. Buy Hard-To-Get tickets to the Winter Games Opening Ceremony, Olympic Hockey Games, Olympic Freestyle Skiing and Olympic Figure Skating from RazorGator!
(Their 100% guarantee)

Vancouver nightlife will rock like never before. With so many parties to track during the Olympics, we’ve highlighted what we view are the hottest parties in town every night!
Photo by j evans photo at Caprice Nightclub Vancouver

No line, no
hassles just you and your buddies, beautiful babes and hockey!

Modes, street plans, maps, bus re-routes, costs, and more…

A necessary evil to ensure the safety and keep the pesky protesters out of the venues. Our guide will prepare you for the increased security.

Radical Protesters
We’ve made a simple guide for protesters as well, and also a look at the radicals. Don’t know what they hope to acheive, but they’ll be there. Word of advice, avoid and ignore. They’ll go away… hopefully.

Gylliayn has created art showcasing Olympic venues from a different point of view. We advise you definitely check out her art as it wouldn’t do justice for us to try to explain it.

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