I have been living a charmed life here in Vancouver this past week. Despite the logistical enormity of negotiating a city in the midst of such a massive undertaking, nearly every detail of my meticulously planned Olympic schedule has fallen into place. Only one snafu stands in the way of perfection. Shortly after arriving in […]
The Crime Traveller barrelling down the bobsled track Today I make my last of two trips to Whistler during these Games. I head down early before my event to allow for some time to take in the Whistler Village experience. The shops, restaurants and bars are packed beyond capacity and the entire community exudes a […]
With a two-day break in my hectic event schedule, the weekend was intended as an opportunity to catch up on some sleep and recharge, but here in Vancouver, Olympic fever has its tendrils extended firmly across the entire city. I wander downtown into the belly of the Olympic beast to take in some of the […]
I began the morning by making the surprisingly traffic-free drive to the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) where my Olympic Bus Network (OBN) shuttle was waiting to whisk me to Whistler. With many streets in Vancouver closed to non-Olympic vehicles, my commute along the famed Sea-to-Sky Highway was remarkably fast landing me at the base […]
Here’s a preview of what you may see in Precedent Magazine online later today. The moment is finally here. After nine months of planning and anticipation, and following three days of watching the Olympics non-stop on TV, it’s finally my turn to hit the action in person. I know I’m in for something special. As […]
Ed Prutschi is a criminal defence lawyer in Toronto, Canada practicing at the law firm of Adler Bytensky Prutschi. When not completely absorbed by the rigours of his trial practice, Ed revels in grabbing his camera ..