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July 9, 2020

Take it Outside!

Family Rate Special for a Limited Time

North Vancouver, BC – Take your family outside to discover your own backyard! Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is inviting local families to enjoy the park all year long with a special family rate, this summer. The special family pass, offered for a limited time only, includes annual passes for two adults and two children (up to the age of 16) for $115 for local BC Residents.

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Now is the perfect time to explore a more intimate and peaceful experience at Vancouver’s original must-see attraction, a place that has thrilled visitors from all over the world since 1889. Cross its world famous 450 foot span, get your heart racing on Cliffwalk, stroll the rainforest canopy on Treetops Adventure, participate in the Kids’ Rainforest Explorer Program app, discover viewpoints, see and learn all about local owls, hawks and falcons at Raptors Ridge Birds of Prey, and so much more – all included with your day’s admission!

The Park is now open 9am – 6pm daily, with plans and procedures in place to welcome back guests for a thrilling and safe experience. Tickets and annual passes are available for pre-purchase online for a specific date and time to ensure physical distancing guidelines are maintained. To see for yourself what the new Park experience and safety procedures looks like, watch this KNOW BEFORE YOU GO video.

For more detailed information about the Park and free round trip shuttle service schedule from Canada Place, please visit www.capbridge.com or call 604-985-7474.

What: Family Rate at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

When: Limited time offer

Price: $115.00 for a family (two adults and up to two children up to 16 years old), or $54.95 for adults, $29.95 for youths (13–16), $18.95 for kids (6-12)
Book your time online at www.capbridge.com

Where: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park (3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver)

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For more information, to request a photograph or arrange an interview, please contact:
Stacy Chala
Communications Manager
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
p: 604.985.7474 e: schala@capbridge.com
www.capbridge.com

June 11, 2020

Welcoming You Back to the Bridge! Re-Opening on June 19, 2020

North Vancouver, BC – Capilano Suspension Bridge Park will re-open Friday, June 19, 2020. Open 9am – 6pm daily, plans and procedures are in place to welcome back guests for a thrilling and safe experience.

“Safety is always our first priority and we want to make sure you and your family’s visit is the safest it can be. We are so excited to be re-opening the Park and to be bridging you safely back to nature,” said Communications Manager, Stacy Chala.

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To see for yourself what the new Park experience and safety procedures will look like, watch this KNOW BEFORE YOU GO video.
The key messages outlined in the video and on the website include:

• Tickets and Annual Passes can now be pre purchased at CAPBRIDGE.COM and will be date and time specific to limit the number of guests in the Park at any one time.
• To ensure physical distancing and sanitization standards are maintained, new COVID-19 related safety signage features Scout, the safety squirrel, throughout the Park.
• Guests will explore the Park in a one-way direction. Suspension Bridge traffic will alternate regularly.
• Hand sanitizer stations are located in multiple locations throughout the Park, including all attractions. Increased sanitization practices are in place.
• Guests may not enter the Park if they display any symptoms of COVID-19.

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park BC Annual Pass holders will have the exact amount of time left on their passes as they did March 17, 2020. No days will be lost. Existing BC Annual Pass holders will also be required to book a date and time for their visit by clicking on BC BOOK TIME.

To enhance the park experience, the Park will feature live music, Raptors Ridge Birds of Prey and a new Kids’ Rainforest Explorer app will be available for download on your mobile devices.

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park will again be offering its FREE SHUTTLE this summer running to and from downtown Vancouver every 30 minutes. Physical distancing measures will be in place with restricted seating.

For more detailed information on the Parks re-opening, please visit capbridge.com or call 604.985.7474.

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For more information, please contact:
Stacy Chala, Communication Manager
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
E: schala@capbridge.com P: 604.985.7474

January 6, 2020

Start your New Year with Canyon Lights!

North Vancouver, BC – It’s a new decade, and what better way to kick it off than with Vancouver’s magical family event, Canyon Lights, on now until January 26th.

Experience the dazzling light displays and millions of twinkling lights on the suspension bridge, Cliffwalk, Treetops Adventure, rainforest and river below.

See Cliffwalk’s new “Arc de Lumina”, which features 40 loops wrapped around the boardwalk and over 4,000 lights creating a light tunnel that is sure to dazzle and amaze! Be one of the first to see the Park’s brand new projected light show, “Spirit of the Rainforest”, which brings the rainforest to life right before your eyes.

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Give back with Canyon Lights

Partial proceeds from admissions are donated to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund for fire and burn education in schools throughout British Columbia. To date, Canyon Lights has donated over $346,000 to this worthy program. Admissions also allow for Capilano to continue to host the Twelve Nights of Christmas offering passes for local charities.

Contact Us

For general information, including the shuttle schedule to and from Canada Place, please visit www.capbridge.com or call 604.985.7474.  For information on the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund, please visit www.burnfund.org.

What: Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

When: Friday, November 22, 2019 – Sunday, January 26, 2020
Park is open from 11:00am – 9:00pm daily

Where: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park (3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver)

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For more information, please contact:

Lucy May Bradshaw, Senior Consultant
Hill + Knowlton Strategies
E: lucymay.bradshaw@hkstrategies.ca
P: 236.788.8325

Stacy Chala, Communications Manager
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
E: schala@capbridge.com
P: 604.985.7474

November 1, 2019

This Holiday Season, Set Your Sights on Canyon Lights!

North Vancouver, BC – Lights, Canyon, Action! Canyon Lights returns on Friday, November 22nd, 2019 at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Embark on a magical adventure of visual enchantment with fun for the whole family. Named one of the most spectacular holiday light displays in the world, Canyon Lights is an event set to dazzle and amaze, high above the forest floor.

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Experience the popular attraction in a whole new light while you explore the park as it transforms the suspension bridge, Cliffwalk, Treetops Adventure, canyon and rainforest into a twinkling West Coast winter wonderland. Along with these and other interactive light displays, the 250-year-old Douglas-firs at Treetops Adventure light up from top to bottom, making them the eight tallest Christmas trees in the world.

The family fun doesn’t stop there as Canyon Lights also includes a Snowy Owl Prowl scavenger hunt, festive live music and children’s activities. Due to popular demand, dates have again been extended until Sunday, January 26, 2020, making it the perfect way to start the new year!

Give back with Canyon Lights

Partial proceeds from admissions are donated to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund for fire and burn education in schools throughout British Columbia. To date, Canyon Lights has donated over $346,000 to this worthy program. Admissions also allow for Capilano to continue to host the Twelve Nights of Christmas offering passes for local charities.

Contact Us

For general information, including the shuttle schedule to and from Canada Place, please visit www.capbridge.com or call 604.985.7474. For information on the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund, please visit www.burnfund.org.

What: Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

When: Friday, November 22, 2019 – Sunday, January 26, 2020
Holiday activities from 4:00 – 9:00pm; Park is open from 11:00am – 9:00pm daily
*except Christmas Day when the park is closed

Where: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park (3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver)

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For more information, please contact:

Lucy May Bradshaw, Senior Consultant
Hill + Knowlton Strategies
E: lucymay.bradshaw@hkstrategies.ca
P: 236.788.8325

Stacy Chala, Communications Manager
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
E: schala@capbridge.com
P: 604.985.7474

May 2, 2019

Responders raise more than $150,000 for Burn Camp

Vancouver, BC – On Thursday, April 25, 2019, local responders gathered at the Terminal City Club for an evening of entertainment and fine dining to raise funds to send child burn survivors to summer camp.

The fourth annual Capilano Group Responder Dinner honoured long-time supporters of the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund, Nancy Stibbard and the Capilano Group. More than 200 guests gathered to pay tribute to the honourees while supporting Burn Camp through live and silent auctions.

In 2007, Stibbard and her team responded to an urgent need to help the Burn Fund when severe storms caused major damage to Bright Nights, a significant fundraiser for burn survivor support programs. Stibbard, the owner and CEO of the Capilano Group, reached out to help the Burn Fund with the idea of creating a fundraiser to replenish lost donations from the annual holiday event at the re-opening of the Capilano Suspension Bridge. Since then, the Capilano Group has donated more than $475,000 and hundreds of hours of time to the Burn Fund.

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“The Burn Fund is thrilled to honour Nancy Stibbard and the Capilano Group, who truly are responders in every sense of the word,” says Lisa Beck, Executive Director of the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. “An amazing responder is an individual or an organization who recognizes the great need in the community. Nancy and her team answer the call to make the community a better place.”

The Capilano Group Responder Dinner is an annual event to honour outstanding individuals and community organizations who have made a lasting impact on the lives of burn and trauma survivors in British Columbia. Previous honourees include: The Jack & Darlene Poole Foundation, Dr. Aziz Ghahary, David Podmore, Brian McCauley and the Concert Properties team.

Guests were welcomed into the dinner with a performance by the Fire Fighters Honour Guard and Pipe Band, who also led the opening ceremony. An impressive silent auction with more than 50 prizes generated more than $16,000. Later in the evening, a highlight of the live auction was the Fire in the Kitchen Package, with dinner cooked by the Burnaby Fire Fighters’ Charitable Society and entertainment by legendary blues musician Jim Byrnes.

The Burn Fund’s youngest responder, 11-year-old Keira McKenzie, attended the event and helped raise more than $20,000 through a charitable donation ask for Burn Camp. McKenzie is a burn survivor who attended Burn Camp last summer and has raised more than $10,000 through her GoFundMe Campaign to help send other children to camp.

All funds raised by the fourth annual Capilano Group Responder Dinner help to support Burn Camp. Since 1994, more than 1,000 burn-injured children aged six to eighteen have attended Burn Camp. Any child burn survivor who wishes to go to attend is given the opportunity, free of charge.

The BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund relies on the generous support of donors and does not receive any government funds to operate Burn Camp. Each year, more than 60 local fire fighters, doctors, nurses, and health care providers volunteer their time as counsellors and spend hundreds of hours to plan and organize the summer camp.

A special thank you to the sponsors of the Capilano Group Responder Dinner. Without their support, this event would not be possible. Thank you to: title sponsor – the Capilano Group; presenting sponsors – the Peter and Joanne Brown Foundation and the Currie family; responder sponsors – BC Building Trades, BCGEU, Connor, Clark & Lunn Financial Group, West Fraser, Hy-Tech Drilling, Gateway Casinos & Entertainment, United Steelworkers, Deans Knight, McCarthy Tetrault, Concert Properties, VGH, UBC, & BC Children’s Hospital Physician Group; and media sponsor, Global BC.

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For more information, please contact:

Nicole Clark, Director of Communications
BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund
E: communications@burnfund.org
P: 604.436.5617 W: burnfund.org

Stacy Chala, Communications Manager
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
E: schala@capbridge.com
P: 604.985.7474 W: capbridge.com

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