Vanmag’s 2022 Power 50 List

Vanmag’s 2022 Power 50 List

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Vanmag’s 2022 Power 50 List

Tsleil-Waututh is proud to be named #1, alongside Musqueam Indian Band and the Squamish Nation, for Vanmag’s 2022 Power 50 List. This list showcases impactful and influential people are groups. This recognition is for leadership and contributions made, including work on the Vancouver Art Gallery, the first Indigenous-led bid to host the 2030 Olympic Games in Vancouver, and the work of the MST Development Corporation. The Power 50 list recognizes change makers, people, and groups to watch this year. We are thrilled to be included and have the work of our Tsleil-Waututh community highlighted to the Greater Vancouver community.

Read more: https://www.vanmag.com/Vanmags-2022-Power-50-List#one.

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