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Over 100,000 lights set to twinkle on this breathtaking display in Vancouver (SPH)

St Paul’s Hospital will once again glow bright with thousands of lights for the 22nd annual Lights of Hope display. (Photo credit: Vancouver Is Awesome)
St Paul’s Hospital will once again glow bright with thousands of lights for the 22nd annual Lights of Hope display. (Photo credit: Vancouver Is Awesome)

St Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver will once again glow bright with thousands of lights for the 22nd annual Lights of Hope display.

The lighting ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 14, will see the hospital building twinkle with more than 100,000 lights, 200 shining stars, and the new Living Light art installation. The interactive art piece gives everyone the opportunity to light a star. Organizers say the Living Light “shines brightly when you donate, and fades when it goes too long without support.”

“Passersby can choose a donation amount, tap their contactless card to donate, and help keep hope alive for the patients of St. Paul’s,” a release stated.

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