BC Place Stadium
BC Place Stadium is Canada's first domed stadium. It is located on the north side of False Creek in Vancouver, British Columbia. The stadium, completed in 1982, was built as part of the preparation for Expo 86. It is the world's largest air-supported domed stadium and can seat 60,000 in its mixture of permanent and portable light-blue plastic seats. BC Place has been the home to the B.C. Lions since 1982.
Outside BC Place is the monument to Terry Fox.