2010 Winter Olympics torch relay route

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The route of the 2010 Winter Olympics torch relay carried the torch through over 1000 communities across Canada, visiting different locations from October 30, 2009 to its final stop at BC Place in Vancouver, British Columbia on February 12, 2010.

Route in Greece[edit]

Greek route

Route in Greece as follow.[1]

October 22 (day 1)

October 23 (day 2)

October 24 (day 3)

October 25 (day 4)

October 26 (day 5)

October 27 (day 6)

October 28 (day 7)

October 29 (day 8)

Canadian route[edit]

Yukon route
Northwest Territories route
Nunavut route
Newfoundland and Labrador route
Prince Edward Island route
Day Date Cities Route length Notable torchbearers # of torchbearers
1 Oct 30 British Columbia: Victoria, Esquimalt, CFB Esquimalt, Songhees First Nation, Esquimalt First Nation, View Royal, Sidney, North Saanich, Central Saanich, Saanich, Oak Bay, Victoria[2] Catriona Le May Doan- long track speed skater
Simon Whitfield- triathlete
Silken Laumann- rower
Alexandre Despatie-diver[3]
General Walter Natynczyk-Canadian Chief of the Defence Staff[4]
Allison Forsyth-skier[5]
Derek Porter-rower[6]
2 Oct 31 British Columbia: Victoria, Sooke, T'Sou-ke, Metchosin, Colwood, Fort Rodd Hill, Fisgard Lighthouse, Langford, Mill Bay, Cowichan Bay, Kw'amutsun First Nation, Duncan, North Cowichan, Lake Cowichan, Ganges, Crofton, Chemainus, Ladysmith, Cedar, Snuneymuxw First Nation, Nanaimo
3 Nov 1 British Columbia: Nanaimo, Lantzville, Nanoose Bay, Parksville, Coombs, Hilliers, Port Alberni, Hupacasath First Nation, Tseshaht First Nation, Ucluelet, Long Beach in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations, Tofino Chun Lee-Kyung- short track speed skater[7]
4 Nov 2 British Columbia: Qualicum Beach, Qualicum First Nation, Bowser, Fanny Bay, Union Bay, Royston, Cumberland, Courtenay, K'ómoks First Nation, Comox, CFB Comox, Black Creek, Campbell River First Nation, Campbell River
5 Nov 3 British Columbia: Sandspit, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte

Yukon: Whitehorse

British Columbia: Taku River Tlingit First Nation, Atlin

Yukon: Kwanlin Dün First Nation, Whitehorse

6 Nov 4 Yukon: Dawson City, Old Crow

Northwest Territories: Inuvik

Martha Benjamin-cross country skier
Alisa Camplin-aerial skier[8]
7 Nov 5 Nunavut: Kugluktuk

Northwest Territories: Dettah, N'Dilo, Yellowknife

8 Nov 6 Alberta: Grande Prairie, Fort McMurray, CFB Cold Lake, Cold Lake Kelly Sutherland-chuckwagon racer[9]
9 Nov 7 Saskatchewan: Lac la Ronge, La Ronge

Manitoba: Thompson

10 Nov 8 Manitoba: Churchill

Nunavut: CFS Alert

11 Nov 9 Nunavut: Aujuittuq, Qausuittuq, Iqaluit Mary Carillo-sportscaster[10]
12 Nov 10 Quebec: Kuujjuaq, Gaspé, Uashat-Maliotenam, Sept-Îles
13 Nov 11 Newfoundland and Labrador: Labrador City, Wabush, CFB Goose Bay, Sheshatshiu, North West River, Happy Valley – Goose Bay
14 Nov 12 Newfoundland and Labrador: Hopedale, L'Anse aux Meadows, St. Anthony Bob Cole-sportscaster[11]
15 Nov 13 Newfoundland and Labrador: Cape Spear, Petty Harbour, Goulds, Conception Bay South, Paradise, Mount Pearl, St. John's Seamus O'Regan - Co-host of Canada AM
Mike Adam-curler[12]
16 Nov 14 Newfoundland and Labrador: Carbonear, Harbour Grace, Spaniard's Bay, Bay Roberts, Clarke's Beach, Cupids, Brigus, Clarenville, Glovertown, Gambo, Gander, Lewisporte, Bishop's Falls, Grand Falls-Windsor
17 Nov 15 Newfoundland and Labrador: Grand Falls-Windsor, Badger, Springdale, Deer Lake, Pasadena, Corner Brook, Port au Port, Kippens, Stephenville, Channel – Port aux Basques
18 Nov 16 Nova Scotia: North Sydney, Sydney Mines, Membertou, Glace Bay, Dominion, Scotchtown, New Waterford, Sydney, Baddeck, Wagmatcook, Whycocomagh, Waycobah, Mabou, Port Hood, Judique, Port Hawkesbury Cindy Day-CTV Maritimes meteorologist
19 Nov 17 Nova Scotia: Port Hawkesbury, Port Hastings, Tracadie, Paq'tnek, Antigonish, New Glasgow, Trenton, Stellarton, Bible Hill, Truro Will Richardson
Ikue Teshigawara-short track speed skater[13]
20 Nov 18 Nova Scotia: Truro, Millbrook, Stewiacke, Shubenacadie, Elmsdale, Enfield, Waverley, North Preston, Cherry Brook, Cole Harbour, Dartmouth, Beechville, Halifax Sidney Crosby- hockey player
Sarah Conrad-snowboarder[14]
Stephen Giles-canoer/kayaker
Sandie Rinaldo-television journalist[15]
Andrew Russell-canoer
21 Nov 19 Nova Scotia: Annapolis Royal, Bear River, Yarmouth
22 Nov 20 Nova Scotia: Lower Sackville, Windsor, Falmouth, Grand-Pré, Wolfville, New Minas, Kentville, Kingston, CFB Greenwood, Middleton, New Germany, Bridgewater, Lunenburg, Halifax Marci Ien- Canada AM news anchor
Lisa Ross-sailing[16]
23 Nov 21 Nova Scotia: Amherst, Caribou

Prince Edward Island Wood Islands, Belfast, Vernon Bridge, Pownal, Stratford, Charlottetown

24 Nov 22 Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown, Cornwall, Winsloe, Hunter River, New Glasgow, North Rustico, Cavendish, Stanley Bridge, Clinton, Kensington, Lennox Island, Abrams Village, Wellington, Summerside Yang Yang- short track speed skater[17]
Heather Moyse-bobsledder[18]
Cassie Campbell-hockey player[19]
25 Nov 23 Prince Edward Island: Summerside, Bedeque, Kinkora, Borden-Carleton

New Brunswick: Port Elgin, Cap-Pelé, Shediac, Memramcook, Sackville, Dieppe, Moncton

Russ Howard-curler[20]
Marc-André LeBlanc-Radio Host

George Gallant-Marathon Runner

26 Nov 24 New Brunswick: Moncton, Riverview, Lower Coverdale, Hillsborough, Hopewell Cape, Hopewell Rocks, Riverside-Albert, Alma, Fundy National Park, Sussex Corner, Sussex, Hampton, Quispamsis, Rothesay, Renforth, Saint John César Cielo Filho-swimmer
27 Nov 25 New Brunswick: Saint John, Grand Bay–Westfield, Welsford, Oromocto First Nation, Oromocto, CFB Gagetown, Lincoln, St. Mary's First Nation, Fredericton Marianne Limpert-swimmer[21]
28 Nov 26 New Brunswick: Not travelling, staying in Fredericton. n/a n/a n/a
29 Nov 27 New Brunswick: Fredericton, Taymouth, Boiestown, Doaktown, Blackville, Newcastle, Miramichi, Douglastown, Neguac, Tracadie–Sheila, Shippagan, Caraquet, Grande-Anse, Bathurst
30 Nov 28 New Brunswick: Bathurst, Beresford, Oqpi'kanjik, Dalhousie, Campbellton, Atholville, Kedgwick, Saint-Quentin, Grand Falls, Saint-Léonard, Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska, Rivière-Verte, Madawaska, Edmundston
31 Nov 29 New Brunswick: Edmundston, Saint-Jacques

Quebec: Dégelis, Notre-Dame-du-Lac, Cabano, Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!, Rivière-du-Loup, Cacouna, L'Isle-Verte, Trois-Pistoles, Saint-Simon, Saint-Fabien, Le Bic, Rimouski

32 Nov 30 Quebec: Rimouski, Pointe-au-Père, Sainte-Luce, Sainte-Flavie, Mont-Joli, Price, Métis-sur-Mer, Baie-des-Sables, Saint-Ulric, Matane, Baie-Comeau Ben Mulroney-television host
33 Dec 1 Quebec: Baie-Comeau, Chute-aux-Outardes, Ragueneau, Pessamit, Forestville, Portneuf-sur-Mer, Longue-Rive, Les Escoumins, Essipit, Sacré-Coeur, Saint-Fulgence, Chicoutimi, Saguenay Marc Gagnon-short track speed skater[22]
Linda Heathcott-equestrian rider
34 Dec 2 Quebec: Alma, Saint-Cœur-de-Marie, Sainte-Monique-de-Honfleur, Dolbeau-Mistassini, Saint-Félicien, Saint-Prime, Mashteuiatsh, Roberval, Chambord, Desbiens, Métabetchouan–Lac-à-la-Croix, Hébertville, Quebec City
35 Dec 3 Quebec: CFB Valcartier, Charlesbourg, Les Rivières, Limoilou, Beauport, Lac-Beauport, La Haute-Saint-Charles, Wendake, L'Ancienne-Lorette, Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Laurentien, Sainte-Foy-Sillery, La Cité, Lévis Gaétan Boucher-long track speed skater
36 Dec 4 Quebec: Lévis, Montmagny, Saint-Romuald, Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, Charny, Saint-Lambert-de-Lauzon, Scott, Sainte-Marie, Vallée-Jonction, Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Beauceville, Notre-Dame-des-Pins, Saint-Georges
37 Dec 5 Quebec: Saint-Prosper-de-Beauce, Saint-Georges, Saint-Benoît-Labre, Saint-Éphrem-de-Beauce, Sainte-Clotilde-de-Beauce, Robertsonville, Thetford Mines, Black Lake, Saint-Ferdinand, Plessisville, Princeville, Victoriaville, Warwick, Danville, Asbestos, Saint-Georges-de-Windsor, Windsor, Lennoxville, Sherbrooke
38 Dec 6 Quebec: Sherbrooke, Magog, Bromont, Cowansville, Granby, Saint-Dominique, Saint-Hyacinthe, Drummondville, Saint-Léonard-d'Aston, Wôlinak, Bécancour, Trois-Rivières
39 Dec 7 Quebec: Shawinigan, Nicolet, Odanak, Pierreville, Yamaska, Sorel-Tracy, Varennes, Sainte-Julie, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Beloeil, McMasterville, Saint-Basile-le-Grand, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Boucherville, Longueuil Isabelle Brasseur-figure skater
40 Dec 8 Quebec: Saint-Lambert, Greenfield Park, Longueuil, Brossard, Chambly, Iberville, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, La Prairie, Candiac, Saint-Constant, Kahnawake, Châteauguay, Mercier, Beauharnois, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Saint-Lazare, Hudson, Vaudreuil-Dorion, Pincourt, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Baie-d'Urfé, Beaconsfield Kristiana Salmon - pole vaulter
Bruny Surin- sprinter
Jean-Luc Brassard- freestyle skier
41 Dec 9 Quebec: Mont-Tremblant
42 Dec 10 Quebec: Montréal-Est, Mascouche, Terrebonne, Bois-des-Filion, Lorraine, Rosemère, Blainville, Sainte-Thérèse, Boisbriand, Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac, Deux-Montagnes, Saint-Eustache, Laval, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Kirkland, Pointe-Claire, Dorval, Montréal-Ouest, Côte Saint-Luc, Hampstead, Westmount, Mount Royal, Montreal Jacques Villeneuve-race car driver[23]
Sylvie Daigle-short track speed skater
Dan Bigras-musician-actor
Josée Chouinard-figure skater
Yelena Isinbayeva-athletics(pole vault)[24]
Pirmin Zurbriggen-skier[25]
Barbara Ann Scott-figure skater[26]
43 Dec 11 Quebec: Repentigny, L'Assomption, Joliette, Crabtree, Saint-Jacques, Saint-Lin-Laurentides, Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Mirabel, Saint-Jérôme, Lachute, Grenville

Ontario: Hawkesbury

Quebec: Montebello, Papineauville, Plaisance, Thurso, Masson-Angers, Buckingham, Gatineau

Mike Fisher-hockey player[27]
44 Dec 12 Quebec: Aylmer, Hull

Ontario: Ottawa

James Duthie-sportscaster
Carolyn Waldo-synchronised swimmer
45 Dec 13 Ontario: Ottawa, Kanata, Carleton Place, Almonte, Arnprior, Renfrew, Douglas, Eganville, Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn First Nation, Golden Lake, CFB Petawawa, Petawawa, Pembroke Elizabeth Manley-figure skater
46 Dec 14 Ontario: Ottawa, Orleans, Rockland, Hammond, Limoges, Casselman, Cornwall, Akwesasne, Morrisburg, Prescott, Brockville, Gananoque, Kingston Greg Joy-high jumper
Anne Jardin-swimmer
47 Dec 15 Ontario: Kingston, Odessa, Napanee, Tyendinaga, Deseronto, Picton, Belleville, CFB Trenton, Trenton, Brighton, Colborne, Cobourg, Port Hope, Bailieboro, Peterborough
48 Dec 16 Ontario: Peterborough, Lakefield, Curve Lake First Nation, Bridgenorth, Omemee, Lindsay, Orono, Newcastle, Bowmanville, Courtice, Oshawa
49 Dec 17 Ontario: Oshawa, Whitby, Ajax, Pickering, Whitchurch–Stouffville, Markham, Richmond Hill, Thornhill, Toronto Akshay Kumar-actor
Karen Kain-ballet[28]
Jay Triano-basketball player & coach[29]
Roberta Bondar-astronaut
Marnie McBean-rower
Brian Orser-figure skater[30]
Ivan Reitman-film director[31]
Jason Reitman-actor
Vicky Sunohara-hockey player[32]
Ann Rohmer and Melissa Grelo-both Canadian television journalists with CP24 [33]
Kardinal Offishall-musician
Owen von Richter-swimmer
Elfi Schlegel-gymnast
50 Dec 18 Ontario: Toronto, Aurora, Newmarket, Sharon, Keswick, Bradford, Nobleton, Bolton, Nashville, Kleinburg, Vaughan, Brampton Kurt Browning-figure skater[34]
Marilyn Denis-television & radio host
51 Dec 19 Ontario: Brampton, Norval, Georgetown, Acton, Milton, Mississauga (including Port Credit, Clarkson), Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton Adam van Koeverden-canoer/kayaker
Brian Burke-hockey player & Toronto Maple Leafs executive[35]
Kim Yu-Na-figure skater[36]
52 Dec 20 Ontario: Hamilton, Stoney Creek, Fruitland, Winona, Grimsby, Beamsville, Vineland, Jordan, St. Catharines, Thorold, Virgil, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Queenston, Niagara Falls Anna Olson-chef[37]
53 Dec 21 Ontario: Niagara Falls, Chippawa, Fort Erie, Port Colborne, Welland, Fonthill, Dunneville, Cayuga, Caledonia, Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation, Brantford Jennifer Hedger-sportscaster
54 Dec 22 Ontario: Brantford, Paris, Scotland, Simcoe, Delhi, Courtland, Tillsonburg, Aylmer, St. Thomas, Oneida Nation of the Thames, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Munsee-Delaware First Nation, Rodney, Ridgetown, Blenheim, Chatham
55 Dec 23 Ontario: Chatham, North Buxton, Tilbury, Comber, Leamington, Point Pelee National Park, Kingsville, Essex, McGregor, Amherstburg, LaSalle, Windsor Gordie Howe-hockey player[38]
Mike Clemons-football player
Stubby Clapp-baseball player[39]
56 Dec 24 Ontario: Windsor, Tecumseh, Wallaceburg, Corunna, Aamjiwnaang First Nation, Sarnia, Forest, Strathroy, London Dave Randorf-sportscaster
John Davidson-Guinness World Record Holder for fastest crossing of Canada on foot, founder of Jesse's Journey
57 Dec 25 Ontario: Not travelling, staying in London. n/a n/a n/a
58 Dec 26 Ontario: Not travelling, staying in London. n/a n/a n/a
59 Dec 27 Ontario: London, Thamesford, Ingersoll, Woodstock, Tavistock, Stratford, Shakespeare, New Hamburg, New Dundee, Cambridge, Waterloo, Kitchener Lisa LaFlamme-television journalist
Peter Mansbridge-host of The National (CBC)
Jim Balsillie-co-CEO of Research In Motion
60 Dec 28 Ontario: Kitchener, Guelph, Erin, Alton, Orangeville, Shelburne, Mount Forest, Durham, Hanover, Walkerton, Kincardine, Tiverton, Port Elgin, Southampton, Saugeen, Owen Sound
61 Dec 29 Ontario: Owen Sound, Meaford, Thornbury, Blue Mountain, Collingwood,[40] Wasaga Beach, Elmvale, Penetanguishene, Midland,[41][42] Wyebridge, Angus, CFB Borden, Alliston, Cookstown, Barrie
62 Dec 30 Ontario: Barrie, Orillia, Rama, Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Huntsville, Wasauksing First Nation, Parry Sound, Sundridge, South River, Powassan, North Bay
63 Dec 31 Ontario: Nipissing, Temagami, Latchford, Cobalt, Haileybury, Temiskaming Shores

Quebec: Notre-Dame-du-Nord, Timiskaming, Évain, Rouyn-Noranda, Cadillac, Malartic, Val-d'Or

64 Jan 1 Quebec: Val-d'Or, Pikogan, Amos

Ontario: Virginiatown, Larder Lake, Kirkland Lake, Matheson, Iroquois Falls, Timmins

Shania Twain-musician[43]
65 Jan 2 Ontario: Timmins, Greater Sudbury (through Onaping, Dowling, Chelmsford), Espanola, Massey, Elliot Lake, Blind River, Mississauga First Nation, Thessalon, Ketegaunseebee, Sault Ste. Marie Alex Baumann-swimmer[44]
66 Jan 3 Ontario: Sault Ste. Marie, Wawa, Marathon, Terrace Bay, Schreiber, Red Rock (Parmacheene Reserve 53/Lake Helen Reserve 53A), Nipigon, Thunder Bay
67 Jan 4 Ontario: Thunder Bay, Ignace, Dryden, Wauzhushk Onigum, Kenora
68 Jan 5 Ontario: Kenora

Manitoba: Falcon, Richer, Ste. Anne, Steinbach, Dugald, Oakbank, Selkirk, Winnipeg

69 Jan 6 Manitoba: Gimli, Peguis First Nation, St. Laurent
70 Jan 7 Manitoba: Winnipeg, Oak Bluff, Sanford, Brunkild, Carman, Roland, Winkler, Morden, Elm Creek, Oakville, Portage la Prairie Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards-ski jumper
71 Jan 8 Manitoba: Portage la Prairie, Dakota Tipi, Long Plain First Nation, Gladstone, Neepawa, Minnedosa, Forrest Station, CFB Shilo, Brandon
72 Jan 9 Manitoba: Brandon, Virden

Saskatchewan: Moosomin, Yorkton, Melville, Fort Qu'Appelle, Regina

73 Jan 10 Saskatchewan: Regina, CFB Moose Jaw, Moose Jaw, Caronport, Mortlach, Morse, Herbert, Swift Current
74 Jan 11 Saskatchewan: Swift Current, Kyle, Elrose, Rosetown, Delisle, Vanscoy, Saskatoon, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Warman, Osler, Hague, Rosthern, Duck Lake, Prince Albert Philippe Candeloro-figure skater
75 Jan 12 Saskatchewan: Prince Albert, Shellbrook, Leask, Blaine Lake, Hafford, North Battleford, Battleford, Saulteaux First Nation, Cochin, Maidstone, Lashburn, Marshall, Lloydminster
76 Jan 13 Alberta: Lloydminster, Kitscoty, Vermilion, St. Paul, Vegreville, Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan, Namao, St. Albert, Edmonton Pat Quinn-hockey player & coach
77 Jan 14 Alberta: Edmonton (Rexall Place)[45] 31m Donald Gauf-hockey player
Billy Dawe-hockey player
Shannon Szabados-hockey player
Meaghan Mikkelson-hockey player
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78 Jan 15 Alberta: Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Enoch, Devon, Beaumont, Leduc, Camrose, Wetaskiwin, Hobbema, Ponoka, Lacombe, Sylvan Lake, Red Deer
79 Jan 16 Alberta: Innisfail, Bowden, Olds, Torrington, Trochu, Three Hills, Drumheller, Rosedale, Hoodoos, Siksika First Nation, Gleichen, Brooks, Ralston, CFB Suffield, Redcliff, Medicine Hat
80 Jan 17 Alberta: Medicine Hat, Seven Persons, Bow Island, Burdett, Grassy Lake, Taber, Coaldale, Coalhurst, Lethbridge Jill Quirk-swimmer
Mark Tewksbury-swimmer
81 Jan 18 Alberta: Kainai First Nation, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Fort Macleod, Granum, Claresholm, Stavely, Nanton, High River, Okotoks, Calgary Kyle Shewfelt-gymnast
Jim "Bearcat" Murray-former trainer of the Calgary Flames
"Jungle" Jim Hunter-skier
Kathy Salmon-luge
Gail Amundrud-swimmer
82 Jan 19 Alberta: Calgary, Chestermere, Strathmore, Irricana, Beiseker, Crossfield, Airdrie Shawn Johnson - gymnast[46]

Susan Auch-long track speed skater
Kristina Groves-long track speed skater
Anna Maria Kaufmann-opera singer
Curtis Myden-swimmer
Stephen Ames-golfer
Diane Jones-Konihowski-athletics
Frank King-1988 Winter Olympics organizer

83 Jan 20 Alberta: Calgary, Canada Olympic Park, Springbank, Cochrane, Nakiska, Stoney First Nation, Exshaw, Canmore, Banff Karen Percy-Lowe-skier[47]
84 Jan 21 Alberta: Banff, Lake Louise, Kicking Horse Pass

British Columbia: Field, Golden

Peter Lougheed-former Alberta Premier
Wally Buono-football player & coach
85 Jan 22 British Columbia: Golden, Nicholson, Parson, Edgewater, Kootenay National Park, Radium Hot Springs, Shuswap First Nation, Invermere, Windermere, Akisq'nuk First Nation, Fairmont Hot Springs, Canal Flats, Kimberley, Marysville, Cranbrook
86 Jan 23 British Columbia: Elkford, Sparwood, Fernie, Cranbrook, Moyie, Yahk, Kitchener, Erickson, Creston, Kootenay Pass, Salmo, Ymir, Nelson
87 Jan 24 British Columbia: Nelson, Shoreacres, Tarry's, Robson, Castlegar, Genelle, Fruitvale, Beaver Falls, Montrose, Trail, Warfield, Rossland, Christina Lake, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Rock Creek, Osoyoos Mark Johnston-swimmer
88 Jan 25 British Columbia: Osoyoos First Nation, Osoyoos, Oliver, Okanagan Falls, Kaleden, Penticton, Penticton First Nation, Summerland, Peachland, West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation, Kelowna Ye Qiaobo-long track speed skater
Ross Rebagliati-snowboarder[48]
Scott Frandsen - Olympic rower[49]
Terry David Mulligan-actor and television personality
89 Jan 26 British Columbia: Kelowna, Lake Country, Coldstream, Vernon, Spallumcheen, Armstrong, Enderby, Grindrod, Sicamous, Malakwa, Revelstoke Dylan Armstrong-Olympic shot-putter
90 Jan 27 British Columbia: Revelstoke, Craigellachie, Canoe, Salmon Arm, Sexqeltqin First Nation, Tappen, Blind Bay, Sorrento, Chase, Pritchard, Kamloops Mark Recchi-hockey player
Nancy Greene-Olympic skier
Farhan Lalji-sportscaster
Michael Farrington-Olympic figure skater
Kate Richardson-Olympic gymnast
91 Jan 28 British Columbia: Kamloops, Tk'emlups First Nation, Barriere, Clearwater, Little Fort, Lone Butte, 100 Mile House, 108 Mile Ranch, Lac La Hache, Williams Lake Indian Band, Williams Lake
92 Jan 29 British Columbia: Williams Lake, Kersley, Quesnel, Hixon, Prince George, Valemount, McBride, Prince George
93 Jan 30 British Columbia: Prince George, Mackenzie, Fort St. James, Nak'azdli First Nation, Vanderhoof, Fort Fraser, Fraser Lake, Stellat'en First Nation, Burns Lake, Lake Babine, Topley, Houston, Telkwa, Moricetown, New Hazelton, Hagwilget Village First Nation, Gitanmaax First Nation, Smithers
94 Jan 31 British Columbia: Dawson Creek, Tumbler Ridge, Chetwynd, Saulteau First Nations, Hudson's Hope, Fort St. John
95 Feb 1 British Columbia: Fort Nelson First Nation, Fort Nelson, Haisla First Nation, Kitimat, Terrace, Kitsumkalum First Nation, New Aiyansh, Prince Rupert
96 Feb 2 British Columbia: Bella Bella, Gwa'Sala-'Nakwaxda'xw First Nation, Port Hardy
97 Feb 3 British Columbia: Kwakiutl First Nation, Port Hardy, Port McNeill, Sliammon First Nation, Powell River
98 Feb 4 British Columbia: Powell River, Saltery Bay Provincial Park, Earls Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Sechelt, Shishalh First Nation, Roberts Creek, Gibsons, Hopkins Landing, Langdale, Lions Bay, Furry Creek, Britannia Beach, Stawamus, Squamish
99 Feb 5 British Columbia: Squamish, Brackendale, Whistler Olympic Park, Whistler Don Taylor-sportscaster
Michael Landsberg-sportscaster
Matthew Pinsent-rower
Steve Podborski-skier
Valerie Pringle-television host and journalist
100 Feb 6 British Columbia: Whistler, Pemberton, Lil'wat First Nation, Shalalth, Sekw'el'was First Nation, Lillooet, Xaxli'p First Nation, Ts'kw'aylaxw First Nation, St'uxwtews First Nation, Cache Creek, Ashcroft, Logan Lake, Scw'exmx First Nation, Merritt
101 Feb 7 British Columbia: Merritt, Princeton, Hope, Seabird Island First Nation, Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz, Rosedale, Chilliwack, Abbotsford
102 Feb 8 British Columbia: Mission, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Walnut Grove, Fort Langley, Aldergrove, Langley (Township), Langley, Cloverdale, Surrey Daniel Igali-wrestler
Steve Armitage-sportscaster
103 Feb 9 British Columbia: Surrey, Peace Arch Provincial Park
Washington, USA: Blaine, Peace Arch State Park
British Columbia: White Rock, North Delta, New Westminster, Tsawwassen, Tsawwassen First Nation, Ladner, Richmond
Adam Loewen-professional baseball player
104 Feb 10 British Columbia: Bowen Island, Horseshoe Bay, North Vancouver (District), Tsleil-Waututh First Nation, North Vancouver, Xwemelch'stn-Capilano Indian Reserve, West Vancouver Dick Pound-former IOC vice president
Julie Payette-astronaut[50]
Victor Kraatz-figure skater
105 Feb 11 British Columbia: Belcarra, Anmore, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Musqueam First Nation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver Bob Costas-sportscaster
Matt Lauer-host of NBC Today[51]
Justin Morneau-first baseman, Minnesota Twins
Michael Bublé-singer/songwriter[50][52]
Jann Arden-singer/songwriter[50][52][53]
Tracy Wilson-figure skating
Sarah McLachlan-singer/songwriter
Steve Nash-basketball player, point guard Phoenix Suns[52]
Trevor Linden-former Vancouver Canucks captain[52]
106 Feb 12 British Columbia: Vancouver (BC Place) Beckie Scott-cross country skier
Arnold Schwarzenegger-California governor[50][53][54]
Walter Gretzky-father of Wayne Gretzky[50]
Stan Smyl-former Vancouver Canucks captain[53]
Richard Brodeur-former Canucks goaltender[53]
Charmaine Crooks-athletics
Elaine Lui-television personality
Rolly Fox-father of cancer research champion Terry Fox
Sebastian Coe- athlete, chairman of the 2012 Summer Olympics organizing committee[55]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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