Talk:Canada at the Olympics

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Broadcast team[edit]

Here is the 2010 Vancouver Olympics broadcast team: (English and French broadcasters)source

Network Hosts

Hosts - Opening and Closing Ceremonies Brian Williams - Co-Host, Opening and Closing Ceremonies (CTV)

Men's Hockey

Women's Hockey

Figure Skating

Curling

Long Track Speed Skating

Short Track Speed Skating

Alpine Skiing

Cross-Country Skiing / Biathlon / Ski Jumping / Nordic Combined

Freestyle Skiing

Snowboard

Bobsleigh / Luge / Skeleton

News

  • Lloyd Robertson - Chief Anchor, CTV National News with Lloyd Robertson
  • Beverly Thomson - Co-host, Canada AM (CTV)
  • Seamus O'Regan - Co-host, Canada AM (CTV)
  • Marci Ien - News Anchor, Canada AM (CTV)
  • Jeff Hutcheson - Sports and Weather Anchor, Canada AM (CTV)
  • Gino Reda - Olympic Anchor, Canada AM (CTV)
  • Bob McCown - Host, Olympic Prime Time Sports (Rogers Radio)
  • Stephen Brunt - Olympic Columnist (The Globe and Mail, CTVOlympics.ca);

Co-Host, Olympic Prime Time Sports (Rogers Radio)

Entertainment

Music

Following is the complete French language broadcast team:

  • Pierre Houde - Host, Opening and Closing Ceremonies (RDS, TQS, RIS Info-Sports, APTN)
  • Richard Garneau - Host, Opening and Closing Ceremonies (RDS, TQS, RIS Info-Sports, APTN)

Network Hosts

Men's Hockey

Women's Hockey

Figure Skating

Curling

Long Track Speed Skating

Short Track Speed Skating

Alpine Skiing

Cross-Country Skiing / Biathlon / Nordic Combined

Ski Jumping

Freestyle Skiing / Snowboard

Bobsleigh / Luge / Skeleton

Canada has won at least one medal at each Olympics it competed at[edit]

And that definetely should be mentioned in the intro Purplebackpack89 (Notes Taken) (Locker) 17:06, 14 February 2010 (UTC)

Importance rating???[edit]

Why is this "LOW" in relation to Canadian Sport (the wikiproject this is under) ??? 70.29.210.242 (talk) 12:47, 22 February 2010 (UTC)

Medals by Sport[edit]

Should we not split these up by Summer and Winter Olympics such as has been done at Spain at the Olympics. Any objections? Krazytea(talk) 04:40, 7 August 2012 (UTC)

Notice that the total in metals by year do not match the totals in metals by sport. Thinking that is was the bronze metal won in London by women's soccer that was missing, but this would make the difference worse. Is there another source that has both tables? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 23.17.80.34 (talk) 22:38, 9 August 2016 (UTC)

The problem is that people are in a rush to update one or the other and don't do both. I've synced them again, so they should agree. TDL (talk) 23:52, 9 August 2016 (UTC)

Canada at the 1964 Winter Olympics[edit]

Hi, Canada has since 2014 at the 1694 Winter OG: 1 Gold, 1 Silber and 1 Bronze, see: [1]. So I make the respective modifications in all the articles, please don't undo it. Leonprimer (talk) 19:02, 17 December 2015 (UTC)

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