Do you know someone doing amazing things in their community that deserves recognition for how much they are working their butts off? How about a group that has managed to keep operating over the rollercoaster of the last few years or has sprung up out of a massive community need and void?

If this sounds like someone you know, nominate them to be listed as a Leader of Today & Tomorrow.

If these last few years have taught me anything besides the fact that I was apparently washing my hands wrong, it’s that leadership and new ideas have no age range. Some of the most innovative ideas I’ve heard have come from 13 year-olds and some of the most unexpected first-time leaders are in their 70s.

I hope by doing it this way that more people put forward the names & stories of all those doing epic things in their community and to celebrate the amazing things that they are doing in the province. Seriously, I want this list and nomination form to go viral and be everywhere. Fill my inbox!

Nomination rules:

The nominee must be someone who is:

  • Hardworking;
  • Passionate about what they do;
  • Dedicated to making difference in their community, and;
  • A resident of Canada.

The emphasis is on providing recognition to those who truly deserve it and might not get it otherwise. This isn’t restricted to individuals either, as I would love to highlight groups flying under the radar doing amazing things.

Nominate someone or a group today! This is open to all Canadians. The deadline to submit is 31 July 2022.

If you would like to provide more info regarding why they deserve to be recognized, please send a separate email to Rachael Tracey at with the subject line “Additional Nomination Information: (insert your nominee’s name here)”.

Important disclaimer:

If your nominee is successful, I will send out an email to the address(es) provided asking for consent to publish their name and photo. If consent is not obtained by the deadline, the nominee will be removed from the list. Obtaining this consent is a requirement for being featured on the list, and something that’s very important to me as someone who works with young people on a regular basis.