After months of tireless fundraising for Canucks Autism Network (CAN), 16 rec and corporate teams laced up for the inaugural CAN Pro-Am Hockey Tournament, presented by Modern Green Canada. Featuring 19 NHL Alumni, including the surprise addition of Vancouver Canucks legend Daniel Sedin, it was truly a weekend to remember, raising an incredible $575,000 to support programs for individuals and families living with autism across BC.
CAN Pro-Am Hockey Tournament presented by Modern Green Canada will bring “Best of BC” NHL Alumni to Vancouver
The inaugural Canucks Autism Network (CAN) Pro-Am Hockey Tournament, presented by Modern Green Canada, is set to take place from January 25 to January 27, 2019, at the UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre and Rogers Arena, home of the Vancouver Canucks. In partnership with the NHL Alumni Association and Vancouver Canucks Alumni Association, the tournament will bring together former NHL greats with amateur players in support of CAN and families living with autism in British Columbia.
Donations directly impact the acute and community care services that Richmond Hospital and Vancouver Coastal Health provides, giving our doctors and medical teams the vital tools they need to provide and enhance the compassionate, lifesaving health care they provide. Modern Green Canada’s gift helps ensure Richmond Hospital can provide the best quality health care possible, when they need it the most.
Modern Green Canada and UBC partner to advance green building research with $3.5-million contribution
Modern Green Canada and the University of British Columbia entered into a strategic partnership, with Modern Green Canada’s $3.5 million contribution to support UBC’s Centre for Institutional Research on Sustainability (CIRS) and applied research in the development of sustainable urban infrastructure and green building practices. The partnership provides UBC a partner to help test and deploy advanced sustainable building technologies in an effort to provide market-based solutions to global sustainability challenges.