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Bell Ice Cube

Bell Ice Cube

The Bell Ice Cube will be a 3,000 square-foot temporary building located at Robson & Beatty street in downtown Vancouver and will open to the public on February 11th.  It will be open February 11th to 28th from 11am to 11pm and will feature entertainment, Olympic ticket giveaways and interactive product demonstrations. The unique high-tech design of Bell Ice Cube will provide visitors an opportunity to view ceremonies and competitions on multiple plasma screens in high definition Bell TV. During the Opening and Closing Ceremonies and during major sporting events, visitors will be able to watch the magic on a large projection screen.

Every day at 3 pm, there will be a live show called Ice Talk, where Olympians will be interviewed by five-time Olympian and Bell Champion Charmaine Crooks. Athletes will share their own Olympic stories and sign autographs for Games fans. Bell Ice Cube will also feature guest performances by internationally acclaimed vocal play group, Naturally 7. In addition to brilliant harmonies, every instrument sound is created by the human voice. From musical styles that range from pop to R&B, Naturally 7 has charmed fans around the world.


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Nadia - who has written 20 posts on Vancouver Access 2010.

Nadia Aly is armed with a Masters of Digital Media from the Centre for Digital Media in Vancouver BC. This program is a result of joint collaboration between University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, Emily Carr Institute and BCIT. She is a Social Media Addict and is passionate about the internet and the possibilities it offers to change the world. For the last 6 years while she worked her way through school, Nadia founded properties like,, built widgets for BC Tourism and has served as the Social Media Manager for several clients. She also serves on the Board for Woodward’s Community Digital Media Centre (, a not- for- profit organization focused on equipping the underprivileged with technical skills -to name just a few of her endeavors. During the games she will be covering plenty of different experiences. Currently she works as an Online Community Manager at Microsoft. Nadia co-developed with Robert Scales. She was responsible for the web development of this website until March 1st 2010.

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6 Responses to “Bell Ice Cube”

  1. natiherronNo Gravatar says:

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  3. JanetNo Gravatar says:

    Hey, I was in the Ice Cube Feb 27th and enjoyed the A Capella group that was there, but I didn’t get their name. They have a CD coming out March 12 and I would love to get it. They were awesome.

  4. AndreaNo Gravatar says:

    Such great memories!!


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