Vancouver Canucks Rookie Team Tackles Grouse Grind

Vancouver Canucks Rookie Team Tackles Grouse Grind in July Heatwave

Is an impressive Grind time an indication of great things to come from a new group of eager Canucks? We’ll know definitively next season but in the meantime Vancouver hockey fans can rest assured that aspiring MVPs are getting the best imaginable workout. 36 Vancouver Canucks rookies ascended Mother Nature’s Stairmaster today as part of their summer training regimen. With the mercury surpassing the 30-degree mark inland today, future NHL superstars were grateful to be greeted at the top of the Grind by iced Whistler Water and a Whistler Water misting station to cool down.

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NEWS RELEASE from BC Children’s Hospital

Local businesses can now double the impact of their donation to Grind For Kids. Canada’s Whistler Water is making a generous offer to match all funds raised by corporations during the month of July 2010 up to $40,000. Locally owned and operated, Whistler Water recently launched Grind For Kids, a brand-new fundraising initiative using one of Vancouver’s most iconic natural features – The Grouse Grind – to raise money and awareness for the incredible work of BC Children’s Hospital.

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Make Every Grouse Grind count

Grouse Mountain, North Vancouver, June 15, 2010 – Puddles. Bicycles. Homemade fishing rods and tea parties for Teddy. These are the things that should occupy kids. Not debilitating illness, undiagnosed disease, and extended stays in the pediatric unit. To help improve child health in our community, a new annual initiative called Grind For Kids has…

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