1. Tung Chan – Tung Chan is a Hong Kong-born Canadian philanthropist, columnist and businessman. He was the executive of S. U. C. C. E. S. S. Chan was born in Hong Kong and immigrated to Canada in 1974, in Hong Kong, he worked as a stockbroker and floor trader and his personal assets were wiped out by a stock market crash in 1973. He worked as a waiter at the Terminal City Club in Downtown and he received a B. A. in sociology from the University of British Columbia, and joined TD Bank Financial Group in 1978 and was district VP in all 17 TD Canada Trust branches. He also worked as a bartender, a program producer. In his spare time, Chan is a reader, swimmer. Chan holds a General Management Diploma from the Institute of Canadian Bankers, member of the Premiers Chinese Community Advisory Committee Board adviser of the Vancouver Summer Festival SocietyTung Chan – Tung Chan in 2010.
2. Stephanie Gray – Stephanie Gray is a Canadian pro-life activist. She spent 12 years as director and co-founder of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform. Gray grew up in Chilliwack, British Columbia, and graduated from St. Jean Brebeuf Regional Secondary School in Abbotsford in 1998, after enrolling at the University of British Columbia, she joined the UBC Lifeline Club and was elected president in 1999. Until she graduated from UBC with a Bachelor of Arts degree in science in 2002. She also possesses a certificate in health care ethics from the National Catholic Bioethics Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Gray, who initially attended UBC to study theatre with the intent to become an actress and part-time volunteer, ultimately decided to work full-time for the anti-abortion movement. Gray spent 12 years as director and co-founder of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform. She founded the organization in 2001, with Jojo Ruba, with the mission to make abortion unthinkable via graphically disturbing images. Stephanie Gray is most known for organizing and directing the Genocide Awareness Project at college campuses throughout the United States, the display contains graphic images of abortion, mass graves, and public lynchings while comparing abortion to the Holocaust and other forms of genocide. Stephanie Gray believes that graphic images are essential to the movement to expose the true horror of abortion. She has compared her work to that of Martin Luther King Jr. arguing that his critics accused his activism of being unwise and untimely. The 2012 motion, which would have created a committee to review the legality of abortion in Canada, Gray has debated with pro-choice advocates including Eike-Henner Kluge, and Elizabeth Cavendish, then director of NARAL Pro-Choice America. Stephanie Gray is a faculty member at Blackstone Legal Fellowship and has debated at the University of Sussex and she spoke at the First Baptist Church in Glenarden, Maryland, at the Students for Life Conference in America in 2014. Stephanie Gray has been a guest on CTV News, CBC News, Global News, Sun News, Catholic Answers Radio,100 Huntley Streets ListenUp, and she has been interviewed by ABC, NBC, FOX, and CBS. According to an article in the Vancouver Sun on April 28,2015, Cam Côté, in 2014, Stephanie Gray left the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform and began a ministry, Love Unleashes Life. In 2009, American bioethicist Jacob M and she compares her view to that of Martin Luther King Jr. in his Letter from Birmingham Jail where he responded to criticisms of his tactics as extremeStephanie Gray – Stephanie Ann Gray
3. David J. Mitchell – David Joseph Mitchell is a Canadian writer, former politician, university and college administrator, businessman and political commentator. He is a former President & CEO of the Public Policy Forum, an Ottawa-based NGO and his current position is Vice President, College Advancement and Chief External Relations Officer at Bow Valley College in Calgary, Alberta. Mitchell holds a Masters degree in Canadian and American history from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby and he served as Editor and Archivist at the British Columbia Provincial Archives. He is a political junkie, who is a frequent commentator on Canadian politics and public life on radio. He has won awards for his writing, and is a newspaper columnist. He has authored a number of books about politics and history in BC, bennett and the rise of British Columbia, Vancouver 1983, Douglas & McIntyre. Succession, the reshaping of British Columbia,1986. A synopsis of the Social Credit administrations since W. A. C, Mitchell has also worked as an executive in the forestry industry and in resource industries in western Canada. He gained experience in procedure and legislative processes as Deputy Clerk of the Saskatchewan Legislature. He was elected in 1991 to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, for the Liberal Party and he was the partys House Leader, but resigned his position as a result of a rift over the Charlottetown constitutional accord. He sat the remainder of his term, until 1996, as an Independent, during his term, he was a watchdog on a broad range of issues including resource management, labour relations, advanced education, and parliamentary reform. SFU raised over $65 million under his direction and significantly expanded its campus in downtown Vancouver and he became Vice President of University Relations at the University of Ottawa in September 2002. In September 2007, he moved to Queens University, assuming the post of Vice Principal, in April 2016, he commenced his new role at Bow Valley College as Vice President, College Advancement and Chief External Relations Officer. He is a Governor and Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical SocietyDavid J. Mitchell – David J. Mitchell
4. Elon Musk – Elon Reeve Musk is a South African-born Canadian-American business magnate, investor, engineer, and inventor. As of March 2017, he has a net worth of $13.9 billion. In December 2016, Musk was ranked 21st on Forbes list of The Worlds Most Powerful People, Musk has stated that the goals of SolarCity, Tesla, and SpaceX revolve around his vision to change the world and humanity. He has a brother, Kimbal, and a younger sister. His paternal grandmother was British, and he also has Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry, after his parents divorced in 1980, Musk lived mostly with his father in the suburbs of Pretoria. During his childhood he had an interest in reading and often did so for hours at a time, at age 10, he developed an interest in computing with the Commodore VIC-20. He taught himself computer programming at the age of 12, sold the code for a BASIC-based video game he created called Blastar, to a magazine called PC and Office Technology, a web version of the game is available online. Musk was severely bullied throughout his childhood, and was hospitalized when a group of boys threw him down a flight of stairs. Musk was initially educated at schools, attending the English-speaking Waterkloof House Preparatory School. Musk later graduated from Pretoria Boys High School and moved to Canada in June 1989, just before his 18th birthday, therefore, with the law change, he is considered to have always been a Canadian citizen by birth. At the age of 19, Musk was accepted into Queens University in Kingston, Ontario, Musk extended his studies for one year to finish the second bachelors degree. While at the University of Pennsylvania, Musk and fellow Penn student Adeo Ressi rented a 10-bedroom fraternity house, in 2002, he became a U. S. citizen. In 1995, Musk and his brother, Kimbal, started Zip2, the company developed and marketed an Internet city guide for the newspaper publishing industry. Musk obtained contracts with The New York Times and the Chicago Tribune, while at Zip2, Musk wanted to become CEO, however, none of the board members would allow it. Compaq acquired Zip2 for US$307 million in cash and US$34 million in stock options in February 1999, Musk received 7% or US$22 million from the sale. In March 1999, Musk co-founded X. com, an financial services and e-mail payment company. One year later, the merged with Confinity, which had a money transfer service called PayPal. The merged company focused on the PayPal service and was renamed PayPal in 2001, PayPals early growth was driven mainly by a viral marketing campaign where new customers were recruited when they received money through the serviceElon Musk – Musk at the 2015 Tesla Motors Annual Shareholder Meeting
5. Nolan Watson – Nolan Watson is a Canadian businessman, humanitarian, and philanthropist. He is known for his contribution to innovation in the mining industry. Watson began working in finance with Silver Wheaton Corp. where he was named the Chief Financial Officer in 2006 and was the youngest CFO of a New York Stock Exchange listed company. Watson helped develop the silver streaming business model and raise over $1 billion in debt, in 2008, Watson co-founded Sandstorm Resources Ltd. and has sat as a member of the board of directors of Gold Wheaton Corp. Bear Creek Mining Corp. and True Gold Mining Inc, in addition to his work in the mining sector, Watson founded a Canadian Charitable organization called Nations Cry, which is dedicated to providing education to children in Sierra Leone, Africa. Nolan Watson was born in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada and he attended Crescent Park Elementary School, later moving on to White Rock Christian Academy for secondary school, where he was the valedictorian of his graduating class. He went on to complete the Chartered Financial Analyst designation through the CFA Institute, telfer’s new venture aimed to create the first ever ‘metal streaming company by completing Volumetric Production Payment transactions. In his four-year tenure with Silver Wheaton, Watson helped raise over US$1 billion in debt, Watson also currently sits on the board of directors for Bear Creek Mining Corp. and True Gold Mining Inc. Nations Cry is a volunteer based organization with a structure such that 100% of all donations go directly to the end cause. Watson’s vision has led Nations Cry to Sierra Leone, a country that was marred by more than a decade of civil war ending in 2001. Nations Cry has completed two school building projects in Sierra Leone, Sandstorm Targets More Than Precious Metals. Changing the Financing Landscape of The Entire Mining Industry, Nolan Watson of Sandstorm,2006 BiV Forty under 40 Winners - B. C. s brightest young business stars totally exposed. Gold streaming strategy creating rising cash flow, streaming Moves - Sandstorm Gold agreements propel mining companies forward. Sandstorm Bets on Buying Not Finding Gas, Gold, Sandstorm Resources and the Gold Royalty Model. Sandstorm Gold a rising star in commodity-stream financing, Nolan Watson,31, mining CEO with a humanitarian heart. B. C. s top 100 companies,2010, Resources drive top companiesNolan Watson – Nolan Watson