The symbol of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics is an Inukshuk. The Inukshuk is meant to guide you on a journey.
If you mean in the 2010 olympic games in vancouver, it was february 28th 2010. He scored the goal 7:40 into overtime. Go Canada!
In which regard do you mean? Yes they have been on TV for documentaries and music TV programs. They also recently performed during the Olympic Closing Ceremony in Vancouver, (Feb 2010)
its a Greek symbol to represent Zeus and the flame that never went out
This depends of which Olympics do you mean? The winter Olympics are being held in Vancouver while there isn't a summer Olympics until 2012 which is being held in London. Hope this helps :)
They don't each individually have there own meaning, but they stand for the five continents that participate in the olympic games.
It is supposed to mean if you link them and use them intune with others you shall succeed
Do you mean the 2010 Winter Olympics? If not you need to be more specific, as there were many game shows in the world filmed in Vancouver, BC...
The Olympic rings is the representation of the five main regions that compete in the Olympics. The regions they represent are Africa, the Americas, (North America and South America), Asia, Europe and Oceania.
I assume that you mean "is BC Place Stadium" in Vancouver. In that case, yes it is. It is on the north side of False Creek in Vancouver. If not, then I assume you mean "Is BC a place in Vancouver". In which case, it's not. BC is the province, Vancouver is the city in the said province.
Do you mean Vancouver?
Depending upon which symbol you mean, it usually means that symbol DOUBLED.
I have no idea. Sorry dude. I take it you mean the Orca whale that is displayed on their jerseys. The Orca whale isn't a " Canuck " symbol but was introduced after " Orca Bay Sports/Enterprises " assumed ownership of the Vancouver Canucks several years ago. Surreyfan