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September 21, 2007

Vancouver residents get a good view of Canada Line workers in the cut

Downtown Vancouver residents are getting a bird’s eye view of Canada Line workers down in the cut as work progresses on the new rapid transit line. Walkways around the work area (with chain link guarding) have been placed along the Granville Street area for pedestrians offering a sweeping view.

JEAN SORENSEN

Downtown Vancouver residents are getting a bird’s eye view of Canada Line workers down in the cut as work progresses on the new rapid transit line. Walkways around the work area (with chain link guarding) have been placed along the Granville Street area for pedestrians offering a sweeping view.

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