Vancouver neighborhood members noticed a peculiar sight Sunday as a helicopter moved large LED indicators across the downtown core.
The signage is for Canadian Western Financial institution, atop its tower on the nook of West Georgia and Thurlow streets.
In complete, the signal was cut up into 4 items with the most important weighing round 6,000 kilos.
The Metropolis of Vancouver warned that site visitors was going to be impacted all through Sunday.
“We have now issued a allow to True Course Options working on behalf of Alberta Neon permitting this operation throughout the hours of 9 a.m. and three p.m. on a Sunday to reduce site visitors impacts to native residents and commuters,” Metropolis of Vancouver workers mentioned.
“Streets and sidewalks on Thurlow Road, from Canada Place to West Georgia Road, and West Georgia Road, from Thurlow Road to Burrard Road, can be closed in the course of the operation.”
Eight helicopter flights are wanted to finish the operation, in keeping with the town.
Vancouver police are on website to handle site visitors within the space.
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