Its good to see that the very expensive piece of public art known as the Celebration Circle is finally being used by the public to celebrate something. It is also extremely satisfying to see the First Nations taking advantage of the section of the waterfront development that is loosely First Nation themed.
Up to now, it has been used very sparingly (and I am being very generous using that word). Not once that I can remember it being used by the First Nations.
The irony here is that if there had been more snow, access to the Celebration Circle would have been very limited as the area is not maintained over the winter. The Celebration Circle remains buried in snow all winter.
Snowshoes?….might have been fitting.