You can see Mario and Olga in the center of the bridge here. I was not able to find a vantage point where I could get the bottom of the canyon and the bridge in the same shot. You can get some idea of the depth of the canyon here, however. In addition to the bridge (which is definitely the main attraction of this park), there are lots of trails winding through beautiful forests to lakes, streams, and other vista points.
If you are interested, you can take a virtual tour of Lynn Canyon and see what is at the bottom of the canyon at http://lynncanyon.ca/
There is a more famous suspension bridge near here also, Capilano Canyon bridge. I understand that it is actually larger and higher above the canyon floor. I've also read that it does not bounce and sway like Lynn Canyon bridge does (much less fun, I would think). It also costs $32.95 to get into the park containing Capilano Canyon bridge. Lynn Canyon is free.
To be fair, the Capilano Bridge is part of a larger amusement park, which looks like it would be well worth it, if that's the kind of thing you were looking for. You can find their web site at http://www.capbridge.com/
I must compliment the folks at Capilano, actually, for being willing to tell us how to get to Lynn Canyon, even though they knew that we would not be paying customers on that date.