He’s making a difference in local communities. Musqueam Councillor Wade Grant was recently recognized for his dedicated community service with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Wade Grant is a UBC alumnus (BA Political Science, 2002) and is currently a member of the Faculty of Education Dean’s External Advisory Committee. He was first elected to Musqueam Chief & Council in 2004, and has been a Councillor for the past eight years. His past service also includes appointments to the Vancouver Police Board, the Aboriginal Tourism BC, the Laurier Institute, and Canadian Blood Services.
He has shown his dedication to inter-cultural dialogue and community engagement through his work as the Co-Chair of the Vancouver Urban Dialogues Project, which has brought together diverse communities together to strengthened relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities.
Wade Grant joins a group of UBC alumni and faculty members who have been recognized with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Award over the past year.