Olympic Plaza rink in Calgary_smaller There were about 6,500 torchbearers who shared in the responsibility of guiding the Olympic flame from Newfoundland to Calgary in time for the opening ceremony of the 1988 Winter Games nearly two decades ago. But the maple-handled torches, created to resemble the Calgary Tower, were shared by its bearers. Only about 150 were manufactured. That makes…

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