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Where at YVR - March 27th

Last week's was way too easy, so this time around we tried to make it a little more difficult. The first 10 people to either tweet us the right answer (@yvrairport) or email us the correct answer (contest@yvr.ca) will have a chance to win a YVR prize pack.

Good luck!

The contest is now closed. Our winner came via Twitter, username: @AlistarDavies.

This shot was taken looking up the side of the totem pole in the Graham Clarke Atrium in the Link Building, Departures Level 3. The colourful fixtures you see near the ceiling are meant to represent the Northern Lights, and the space itself is dedicated to a historical figure at YVR.

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  • GEORGE HARDING wrote on Mar 27 2013 AT 9:20 AM

    LINK
     BUILDING WHER THE TOTEM POLE IS
  • Lucille Loose wrote on Mar 27 2013 AT 9:44 AM

    looking up from the totem pole below the entrance from sky train in Domestic
  • Lucille Loose wrote on Mar 27 2013 AT 9:47 AM

    Graham Clarke Atrium in Domestic
  • Julius Thompson wrote on Jul 02 2013 AT 10:20 AM

    PASS CONTROL OFFICE STAFF EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE ON CANADA BIRTHDAY
    I want to say a big thanks to the two wonderful lady's who on Canada's birthday was working in the pass control office at the yvr airport.
    The were awsome in helping me getting a temporary pass so I could go to work yesterday as my raic had some problems they were efficient quick thinkers who help me get to a temperory pass within minutes off me getting own to the office they were very informative and also very patient when I was so worried about getting on my flight to take my passengers down to Mexico these exceptional staff you have in the pass control office reasure me that they will do ll they can to get me to work which they did and I will never forget this day July 1 2013 and just want you to know that I thank thank you lady's so much. Especially the Asian lady I don't remember her name but she was really helpful.
    Keep doing the great service you all provide us as employees to different airlines.

    Julius Thompson
    Sunwing airlines
    Flight attendant
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