It seems love will prevail in Vancouver.
The Vancouver Park Board is moving forward with plans to install a “love lock” sculpture in a local park.
Love locks are padlocks that sweethearts affix to a fence; bridge or gate on public lands and throw away the key, to symbolize their everlasting love.
The locks have already popped up on the Burrard Street Bridge and on the False Creek seawall, but were removed due to safety concerns.
Paris recently removed its displayed after a portion of the bridge collapsed from the weight.
The Park Board says it will hire a local artist to create a “permanent, structurally safe home.”
Commissioners rejected the proposed locations in English Bay Beach, Kitsilano Beach or Queen Elizabeth Park.
The public will now get a chance to have a say on where these love locks should go.