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It's day two of the "Celebration of Light."
And with hundreds of thousands of people expected to pack the beachs and streets around English Bay, we get a familiar request from nearby neighbours.
From urination, to defecation, to even fornication: West End residents have seen it all on fireworks nights.
Randy Helton with "West End Neighbours" is hoping the crowd stays respectfu and says, actually the first night on Saturday was pretty good.
But Christina Ackermann with the West End Residents' Association says the lack of public toilets remains an unfortunate issue.
"People filter through the West End, they walk out, they migrate out, they migrate in... and when there's 300,000 people coming into one area, you need a lot more public washrooms... so I would say that's a very big concern for residents."
It's Brazil tonight, and Italy closes the competition on Saturday.