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Hello Vancouver! Canada's top celebrity magazine shines a spotlight on the host of the 2010 Olympics

Also in this issue, on newsstands now: Vancouver business mogul David Sidoo and his wife Manjy welcome HELLO! to their Whistler chalet

TORONTO, Feb. 12 /CNW/ – HELLO! Canada features the gorgeous city of Vancouver on its cover this week as Canadians from coast to coast eagerly await the start of the 2010 Olympic Games.

Inside, the special issue maps out Vancouver’s leading celebrity destinations. Among them: Granville Island, where the cast of Twilight was recently seen; Coal Harbour eatery the Mill, a favourite of Ryan Reynolds, Renée Zellweger and Bradley Cooper; and of course, Robson Street, where the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Brooke Shields and Halle Berry have been spotted shopping and dining; and many more of the city’s hotspots!

Plus, we reveal which Canadian celebrities are expected to attend the Games – among them Shania Twain and Michael J. Fox – and talk to them about their Olympic pride.

HELLO! Canada, the homegrown edition of the celebrity magazine read in more than 100 countries, has more than one million readers each week.


Exclusive: Beyonce opens up about her life as she invites HELLO! Canada to her home in New York City.

Exclusive: Karolina Kurkova introduces baby Tobin Jack and talks about the supermodel baby boom.

Exclusive: An interview with Adam Lambert.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall realizes a childhood dream by visiting the set of Coronation Street.

Jennifer Aniston celebrates her birthday with Gerard Butler.

Olympics special: Prince Albert of Monaco – how the ruler took up the family torch.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie: While enjoying themselves at the Super Bowl, the super-couple give rumours of a rift in their relationship the kiss-off.

About HELLO! Canada

The country’s only weekly celebrity magazine, HELLO! Canada presents respectful, up-close and intimate information on international and national celebrities known to and loved by Canadians. HELLO! has unparalleled access to celebrities homes and lives and publishes spectacular photographs, as well as exciting lifestyle sections featuring fashion, décor, food and travel. With 14 editions around the world, HELLO! debuted in Spain as Hola! in 1944, and now reaches more than eight million readers in more than 100 countries. HELLO! Canada is published by Rogers Publishing, a division of Rogers Media Inc. An average issue of the glossy, large-format publication reaches an estimated one million readers with 10 readers per copy (Source: Roper Reports Canada, 2009. RPC based on 100,000 circulation in 2009.)