Closing ceremonies reflected Canada’s youthful spirit, as well as its biggest celebrities and culture.
A portion of Sunday's Olympic closing ceremonies paid tribute to Sochi, Russia, which will host the 2014 games.
Russian dancers perform during the closing ceremonies for the 2010 Winter Olympics Games at BC Place in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Vanoc CEO John Furlong during closing ceremonies of the 2010 Olympic Games.
Neil Young performs at the Olympic closing ceremonies.
An alley serves as a backdrop for street performer Brian Merkl, who was performing as tourists and Olympic visitors walked down one of the crowded Vancouver streets near the International Broadcast and Main Media centers for the Olympic Games.
A building in Vancouver
The Vancouver skyline is bright and modern with mirrored buildings.
Signs point the way for visitors to Vancouver.
Customers attempt to barter with pin salesman Louie Barbosa in front of the entrance to the International Broadcast Center.
Olympic volunteer Michael Leahy can't help but show his support for the home team the day of the United States vs. Canada hockey game in Vancouver, British Columbia. The Canadians won the game in overtime, to help prove Leahy's point.
Pedestrians crowd the street neat the Hudson Bay Co., which introduced this year's Olympic fad, the maple leaf mittens.