Fundraising registration closed on Fri, July 19 at 4pm.
But ALL ARE WELCOME to enjoy the
track & festival grounds!
No registration required.

The first-ever CAN Relay 4 Autism invites families, supporters and general public of all ages to walk, run or wheel around the Swangard Stadium track in support of Canucks Autism Network!

Taking place Saturday, July 20th from 10am-3pm, this FREE family-friendly outdoor event will also feature carnival games, bouncy castles, food trucks, music, and a vendor marketplace.

Come in your best 80s attire or any fun outfit (superhero suits! tutus!) to participate in the costume competition.

Sign up for the relay! | Or come and enjoy the festival grounds!


Sign up as an individual or team! Set a personal or group goal to walk/run/wheel a chosen number of laps around the track and collect pledges from friends, family and co-workers to help you reach your fundraising goal.

Be one of the first three individuals or teams to raise $5,000 to win an Xbox prize pack!

Fundraising prizes also include Canucks tickets, signed merch and more!

View all prizes.


Show off your slap shot at the Canucks community caravan! Learn to DJ! And enjoy dozens of carnival games & bouncy castles.

Once you've worked up an appetite, visit our food trucks and lay out a blanket in our picnic area.

Catch the Science World live show with a bite to eat. And don't forget to get an event souvenir at the Tap Snap photo booth!

There is no shortage of activities and attractions to keep the whole family entertained.

 View festival details.

View parking, transit & accessibility info.


Founded in 2008 by Vancouver Canucks Co-Owners Paolo and Clara Aquilini, Canucks Autism Network (CAN) provides year-round sports and recreation programs to individuals and families living with autism, while increasing awareness and providing training in communities across British Columbia.

With 1 in 66 Canadian children diagnosed with autism, the need for support is greater than ever. Together, we can achieve our vision for every individual with autism to be understood, accepted and supported in all community spaces.