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Time Lapse: 150 volunteers hang 100,000 Lights of Hope at St. Paul's Hospital (VIDEO)

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DH Vancouver Staff Nov 27, 2015 9:28 am

The annual Lights of Hope display at St. Paul’s Hospital is a bonafide christmas tradition here in Vancouver.

The display, which raises money for the St. Paul’s Hospital and Foundation, takes six weeks to build with more than 150 volunteers helping to put up 10km of lights, 100,000 bulbs and hundreds of sponsored stars.

It’s a big undertaking, but thanks to this fantastic time lapse you can see six weeks of hard work condensed into 20 amazing seconds.

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