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Born out of the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Global Shapers Community is a network of 378 city-based hubs in 160 countries working together to address local, regional and global challenges.

In Vancouver, we draw from young leaders in a variety of private, public, and non-profit sectors to help solve some of our city’s biggest challenges and drive the local implementation of WEF initiatives.

The Burnout Project

An adaptive series of workshops for young people to explore themes relating to preventing and managing burnout, self-care and doing socially impactful work in challenging times.

Shaping Cascadia

Shaping Cascadia is a cross-border initiative with the Seattle Shapers Hub to bring the voices of young leaders into the business, government, education, and innovation partnerships that are stitching BC, Washington, and Oregon as a unique global economic megaregion.

Millennial Advisory Council

We formed an advisory council for Science World, working to help make Science World and STEM learning initiatives more accessible to young people.


The February 14 annual Women's Memorial March gathers families, friends and allies to recognize and honour the lives of missing and murdered women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

The march starts at noon from Carnegie (Main and Hastings). #MMIW

We’re proud to launch our Refugee Employment Program today and have committed to hiring 250 refugees over the next 3 years. Refugees bring skills and talent with them, strengthen the Canadian economy and make our communities better: https://t.co/NkQxjAkODp #TentPartnership

#womenentrepreneurs –Take your business to the next level w/ @fwecanada Apply for #Eseries #Vancouver: https://t.co/Eh225Xiz35

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