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2014 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony - live from Sochi and Toronto

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Join Yahoo Canada for the first installment of So What, our new Olympic digital talk show. Today, live from Sochi and Toronto, we bring you the highlights and behind-the-scenes coverage of the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympics as it happens.

We’ll be joined by Yahoo’s Tony Ambrogio at the stadium and Steve McAllister in Sochi, and we’ll bring you perspectives from Canadian coaches and athletes, and media organizations covering the event on the ground. We’ll also offer trivia, audience participation and the best of Yahoo’s coverage of Sochi so far. Coverage gets underway at 11 am Eastern.

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