The Capilano Group is dedicated to environmental stewardship and aims to be a leader in the tourism industry. All properties are situated in unique and beautiful areas of BC and Alberta, areas whose reputation generates visits and interest from all over the world. Environmental stewardship promotes and encourages superior environmental performance at all of the Capilano Group properties. By seeking to reduce the impact on the environment beyond measures required by governmental permit or rule, we will produce a better environment, conserving natural resources and ensuring our long-term sustainability.
In the last 3 years have planted 2,000 trees and shrubs in our rainforest
Purchases only organic, fair trade coffee
Have benchmarked environmental performance to ensure improvements are made each year
Purchases only wild BC Salmon
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park’s long-term goal is to become a carbon neutral operation
A comprehensive recycling program
Implemented environmental standards for all departments
In The Community
The Capilano Group is committed to supporting our local community. Being good corporate citizens includes volunteering time to participation local committees, supporting community organizations and charities with resources, sponsoring local festivals and events, donating scholarships, providing venue space for community groups and making Capilano a true partner with the local community.
In Our Industry
The Capilano Group is a leader in the tourism industry in Vancouver and in British Columbia. We participate in many organizations and committees within the industry including Tourism Vancouver, Destination BC and Tourism Industry Association of British Columbia (TIABC), among many more. Nancy Stibbard is a Past Chair of Tourism Vancouver, founder of COTA and the Vancouver Attractions Group and the driving force behind Vancouver’s North Shore Tourism Association.
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