While the wooden boards that were used to cover up the Bay's broken windows may have become one of the more prominent symbols of popular response to last year's Stanley Cup riot, those boards weren't the only place that people were leaving their mark. The small plaza at Granville and Georgia, immediately outside Vancouver City Centre Station, gathered some of its own messages in chalk. Even in summer they didn't last long, but long enough that I was able to capture some of them. As 2012 unfolds, everyone in Metro Vancouver would do well to keep the experiences of the last year in mind.
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