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On November 29, politicos, business execs, philanthropists, art luminaries, and power players of all stripes mingled over cocktails and canapés at The Vancouver Club where Vanmag was celebrating their annual Power 50.
The list’s theme was change—a notion touched upon by keynote speaker (and number one on the list) Mayor Gregor Robertson—and many agents of change in the city were present. Tsawwassen First Nation Chief Kim Baird (No. 16), International AIDS Society President Julio Montaner (No. 20), and Vancouver Foundation President & CEO Faye Wightman (No. 26) were among those on hand to receive their first award but lots of familiar faces were present as well. Repeat listers such as Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini (No. 3), Rennie Marketing’s Bob Rennie (No. 7), and Chief of Staff for the City of Vancouver Mike Magee (No. 8) were among those who added a second, third, or even tenth P50 nod to their collection of awards.