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The Adrian Oliver Memorial Run 

The fifth annual Adrian Oliver Memorial Run is a 5km or 10km race around Deer Lake Park in Burnaby, BC. The run will take place on November 12, 2017 and is held in support of Honour House, a home away from home for first responders, military personnel, and their families.

In November 2012, Constable Adrian Oliver, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, was killed in the line of duty in Surrey, British Columbia. In the difficult days that followed his death, Honour House opened its doors to the Oliver family who travelled to the Vancouver area from across Canada to be with family and friends.

 

 

Constable Adrian Oliver

Constable Adrian Oliver always dreamed of becoming a Mountie. In 2009, that dream became a reality when he earned his rank and become a member of the RCMP - joining his twin brother and father who are also members. 

Cst. Oliver was a compassionate, caring person with an infectious smile and a willingness to help anyone and everyone he could. He had a great passion for policing and was equally dedicated to his family and friends.

 
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Honour House

Honour House Society is a refuge for Canadian Forces personnel, emergency services personnel and their families to stay, free of charge, while they are receiving medical care and treatment in the Metro Vancouver area.

Honour House is a beautiful, fully renovated heritage home with 10 private bedrooms each with its own en-suite bathroom. The house has a large shared kitchen, living room, a media room, sun rooms and many other common spaces. The house is fully modernized and wheelchair accessible and is set in its own extensive and lovingly maintained grounds.

In 2015, Honour House unveiled The Oliver Family Lounge, a sunroom dedicated to Cst. Oliver made possible through contributions from the memorial run.


To date, we’ve raised over $100,000 for Honour House. We’re looking forward to another successful year!
— Ben Oliver