Former Vancouver Canucks broadcaster Bernie Pascall, representing the Canucks Alumni Association, makes a pizza delivery at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital this past week. (Photo submitted)

Canucks Alumni Association delivers pizza to Nanaimo hospital staff

Broadcaster Bernie Pascall made delivery this past week

Vancouver Canucks alumni have been serving up pizza for health-care workers around the province, and NRGH got a delivery this past week.

Bernie Pascall, a former broadcaster and a member of the Canucks Alumni Association, delivered Pizza Hut pizza at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital.

Pascall, who lives in the Parksville-Qualicum area, said in an e-mail to Black Press that the gesture was intended to show appreciation to health-care workers for “their dedication during these unprecedented times.”

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