Vancouver Magazine’s Power 50 has recognized esteemed individuals across the city over the past 23 years, and this year they are changing the game again with a new honour: the Hall of Fame.
Those who have received the recognition for 5 years or more will be unveiled at the awards ceremony on February 1st in support of their longstanding contribution to Vancouver’s story.
These individuals have wielded their power and influence across the domains of politics, healthcare, media, social justice, climate, and philanthropy to bring about tangible change and make a meaningful impact that drives inclusion and innovation.
Since its inception, the Power 50 has provided an opportunity for Vancouver to acknowledge the invaluable contributions of these figures who have shaped the city into what it stands as today.
In the past the Power 50 has included tech luminaries like Plenty of Fish’s Markus Frind, Slack’s Stewart Butterfield, and Hoostuite’s Ryan Holmes.
Register online to attend the Power 50 Awards ceremony on February 1st at Terminal City Club.