The 2010 Olympic Flame is the flame that came from Greece for Vancouver's 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games.
The cauldron consists of 4 large pillars that are leaning on each other in a shallow pool of water.
It is located in Jack Poole Plaza at the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre.
The flame originated in Greece. There was an Olympic torch relay that went throughout Canada.
This cauldron was lit as part of the games opening ceremony on February 12, 2010 in a dramatic fashion by Wayne Gretzky, the famous hockey player.
The flame is lit now only on special occasions such as the 10th anniversary of the games. It uses natural gas to power the flames and costs thousands of dollars to light up every hour.