Falling ice closes part of seawall in Stanley Park

The Vancouver Park Board has announced that a part of the Stanley Park Seawall is closed due to falling ice.

The Board made the announcement just after 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, stating that it had closed the seawall between the Lions Gate Bridge and Siwash Rock due to falling ice. However, the rest of the seawall is still open. 

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The Vancouver Park Board said it will make an announcement when the partial close is lifted and the section of seawall is safe for public use. 

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