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OLYMPIC REVIEW41 VANCOUVER 2010 " As someone who works with children, I'm thrilled about the opportunity they will have to see the Olympic Games up close. There are so many aspects of the Games for the kids to experience, from the Torch Relay that will connect Canadians across the country, to the Cultural Olympiad that celebrates the best of our culture, to the education programmes that give them the opportunity to showcase to the world the creative projects happening in their classrooms. It's also a great chance for the kids to learn more about sustainability, the environment and Aboriginal participation given how important those elements are in hosting the 2010 Games. It's a wonderful time because it's not just about the actual Games, but all the events and excitement that are unfolding as we look forward to the winter of 2010. The children are also crazy about the mascots, Miga, Quatchi and Sumi – they're like Olympic rock stars to my kids." KIRSTY DUVAL EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR, LADNER, BC " The value of having an event like this is a chance to showcase our city to the world again, like we did during Expo ' 86. That put Vancouver on the international map and had a positive effect on the local economy – the 2010 Winter Games will have a similar effect. It's wonderful to see the excitement building as new sports venues open their doors to various pre- Games World Cup competitions taking place over the course of the winter. In addition, the venues and facilities create a legacy that will be of benefit to the community for years to come. These world class venues will also attract athletic teams from around the world as Vancouver and Whistler become part of the Olympic training circuit. This is a once- in- a-lifetime opportunity and we look forward to welcoming the world to our region in 2010." MICHAEL FALCONER SIGN SHOP OWNER, RICHMOND, BC