As a part of the leadup to the
2010 Winter Olympics held in Vancouver, host broadcasting company CTVglobemedia announced that they would allow users to vote on the ten best The results were presented on a one-hour television special later in 2009 hosted by Canadian Olympic Winter moments. Brian Williams and Claude Mailhot, and broadcast by CTV, TSN and its french counterpart RDS. The top 3 were also be added to the  Royal Canadian Mint's special series of commemorative 25-cent coins for the Olympics.
The initiative was promoted across many of CTVglobemedia's properties, including its Olympic websites, on-air advertisements, print advertisements, and billboard signs. A contest was also be held alongside the voting that would award two people with a trip to the games.
Users were able to vote until March 25.
Nancy Greene, gold and silver medals in Alpine Skiing at the 1968 Winter Olympics.
Gaétan Boucher, One silver and two gold medals in Speed Skating at the 1984 Winter Olympics
Marc Gagnon, gold medal in short track Speed skating at the 2002 Winter Olympics
Catriona Le May Doan, gold medal in Speed skating at the 2002 Winter Olympics
Canada men's national team, gold medal in Hockey at the 2002 Winter Olympics
Canada women's national team, gold medal in Hockey at the 2002 Winter Olympics
Jamie Salé and David Pelletier, gold medal in Figure skating at the 2002 Winter Olympics
Beckie Scott, gold medal in Cross-country skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics
Cindy Klassen, one gold medal, two silver, and two bronze medals in Speed skating at the 2006 Winter Olympics
Clara Hughes, gold medal in Speed skating at the 2006 Winter Olympics
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