Paul is kind of like King Kong, except instead of scaling up a building, he’s screaming as he rappels down the side of one.

Why is he doing something he is so deathly afraid of, you ask?

Usually, a drop zone at the JACK studios is the area around Paul where he drops his food as he eats. But this Friday, it takes on a whole new meaning! Paul is taking part in the Easter Seals event “Drop Zone”. He’ll be joining other Vancouverites to rappel down the 23-story Guinness Tower – all for a great cause!

We will be sure to post photos and videos here!



The Easter Seals Drop Zone is a knee-shaking, heart-pounding, adrenaline-pumping fundraising adventure that encourages you to get out of your comfort zone and face your fears by rappelling from the top of a towering high-rise building – all in support of Canadians living with disabilities. By fundraising a minimum of $1,500 (less in select cities), ordinary people all across Canada are becoming superheroes for a day as they challenge themselves and change lives.

For more than 95 years, Easter Seals has encouraged Canadians living with disabilities to live life actively, pushing boundaries to contribute to the well-being of themselves and their communities. The Easter Seals Drop Zone challenges participants to do exactly that.

Since 2005, Drop Zone events across the country have collectively raised over $16 million, and nearly 8,500 brave superheroes have stepped off the edge in support of Easter Seals.

Drop Zone events are taking place in provinces and cities all across Canada. Register to rappel as an individual or recruit your family, friends or colleagues to create a team of superheroes.