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Stephen Brunt’s Beautiful Video Essay on the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver

Stephen Brunt’s Video Essay

To be in Vancouver during the 2010 Winter Olympics was an amazing and surreal feeling.   No one could have planned what happened in the hearts of Canadians and all those from around the world who felt this spirit of belief and hope.

Stephen Brunt, a Globe and Mail Columnist, brought a Video Essay into CTV news which captured so magnificently the feeling that happened in the hearts of so many during the Winter Olympics.   Brian Williams of CTV provides the introduction.  Listen.

From the first day the Olympic Torch began in Canada, it was the people who decided to honor this symbolic flame of world togetherness. This extraordinary flame of love and hope began in the hearts of Canadians.    And even when the cauldron’s flame was extinguished during the Closing Ceremonies, the flame still continued in the hearts of Canadians.

Thankfully the 2010 Paralympic Games are beginning today,   so Vancouver can continue to “Believe” till March 21st.     The Opening Ceremonies will take place Friday and many of us can’t wait. Let the Games Begin Again….

Lady Sharon
Scribe of Camelot and Medieval Reporter for the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games

Visit the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games
Thank you to Brian Williams from CTV for being exceptional during his Olympic broadcasts.
Thank you Stephen Brunt for your poignant Video Essay
Thank you to all who helped  us to


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