February 10, 2019 - Civic Plaza, Surrey

Mission: Possible Escape Room Challenge (POSTPONED)

**Due to an extreme weather and wind warning for February 8 to 9, 2019, the event will be postponed. Registrants will get first priority for new event dates.**

On February 9 and 10, 2019, Western Canada’s largest outdoor escape room event, Mission: Possible is taking over Civic Plaza in Surrey. Residents from across the Lower Mainland are invited to participate in this free event, the first of its kind.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to create a team of two to five participants, register online, and meet us at Civic Plaza on event weekend! Pick your team wisely, you’ll be strategizing, solving riddles, and collaborating to find your way through an escape room challenge.

As part of the challenge, you will be required to take a ride in the autonomous shuttle, ELA.

ELA is the first Electric Autonomous Shuttle Experience open to the public in Canada. The technology is safe and sound and has been deployed in over 20 countries around the world.

Think you can beat the Smart Cities escape room challenge? Space is limited, so sign up and reserve your spot today

Mission: Possible Contest

Participants who complete all the Mission: Possible escape room zones will have the opportunity to enter the Mission: Possible Contest. To enter, submit your completed Mission: Possible Passport at the Mission: Possible Passport Hand-In booth on the day of the event.

Top prizes include:

  • A $750 gift card to Guildford Town Centre
  • A $250 gift card to Guildford Town Centre
  • A 2-night stay at the Civic Hotel
  • A $150 gift card to Dominion Bar + Kitchen

View the full Mission Possible Contest Rules.

This event is taking place as part of City of Surrey’s joint application with City of Vancouver in the Smart Cities Challenge.

This event is an initiative of the Surrey-Vancouver Smart Cities Challenge collaboration, a national digital technology competition. Participating in Mission: Possible will help Surrey and Vancouver in their bid for the $50 million prize.

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