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Mastering a Resilient Mindset
Monday, September 26th, 10am - 11am

Madison Mailey, Olympic Champion and Wealth Advisor is going to speak with the Chamber of Commerce on September 26th. Through storytelling, she will weave you through the life of a high-performance athlete sharing the peaks and valleys of her journey to her gold medal in the recent Tokyo Olympic Games.


  • The benefits of Falling Forward. How to remain resilient in an uncertain world.
  • Importance of Trust and Communication. Creating culture.
  • The power of Planning in Sport and Finance. Creating a repeatable process to success, Total Wealth Offering.

*This in-person event will include coffee and a selection of snack breakfast options.

*Madison will bring her Olympic Gold Medal, so come out, listen, learn and take a picture with her Gold Medal!

Please be sure to register in advance below!

Madison Mailey has earned her place in history as an elite athlete after sitting in six-seat of the Gold Medal Canadian Women’s Eight at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Not only was this the first ever postponed Olympic games in history, but this was the first Canadian medal in the event since 1992. She was the glue in her boat and helped nine women dream big, work with intention and embrace individuality. After graduating from Boston’s Northeastern University, she received her BSBA concentrating in Management and Entrepreneurship and received a joint certificate of Merit in classical voice from the New England Conservatory of Music. 
Currently, Madison is a Wealth Advisor with the Mailey Rogers Group at Scotia McLeod and resides in Vancouver, B.C. Since 1986, the Mailey Rogers Group has been building meaningful client relationships with a select group of high-net-worth individuals, allowing them to make better financial decisions. The group is a proud West Vancouver-based team assisting clients across Canada to protect and grow their wealth. When Madison is not at work, you can find her cycling around Stanley Park, hiking the north shore mountains, or spending time with her family’s dog, Scout – a mini Bernedoodle!
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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Friday, September 30, 2022

September 30 is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a statutory holiday to recognize the tragic loss and the lasting effects of Canada’s history and the Residential School system. This date was chosen to align with Orange Shirt Day.

September 30 will be a day to honour survivors and their families, their culture, languages and communities, and to ensure that public commemoration of the history and legacy of Residential Schools remains a vital component of the reconciliation process.

The West Vancouver Memorial Library will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to share events and resources with the aim of facilitating the reflection, education, and awareness that is called for on this day.

Find out what is happening at the library

The following facilities will be closed to the public on Friday, September 30, 2022: 

  • West Vancouver Community Centre
  • Gleneagles Community Centre
  • Seniors’ Activity Centre
  • West Vancouver Art Museum
  • Municipal Hall (closed to the public until further notice)
  • Gleneagles Golf Course

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