Archives: Speakers

Larissa Maxwell

Larissa Maxwell is the Director of Anti-Human Trafficking Programs for The Salvation Army, and has over 15 years working specifically with survivors of human trafficking and exploitation. She leads 5 national anti-human trafficking programs, including The Salvation Army Deborah’s Gate, a high security, wrap around rehabilitative program for survivors of labour and/or sex trafficking, which…

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Michael Landsberg

Michael Landsberg has been a prominent face and voice on the Canadian sports scene since 1984. With his unique style, he quickly became one of this country’s most polarizing personalities- perceived by some as forthright and others as arrogant. In 2009 people began to agree more on Michael after he publicly shared his, then decade…

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Peter Legge

Peter Legge, O.B.C., LL.D. (HON.), D.Tech., CSP, CPAE, HoF A living legacy of one of Canada’s true entrepreneurial success stories, Peter Legge is Chairman and CEO of the largest independently owned magazine publishing company in Western Canada – Canada Wide Media Limited. He lives his life’s dream as an internationally renowned keynote speaker and bestselling…

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Joe Roberts

Joe Roberts is an inspirational example of overcoming adversity and managing change. In 1989 he was living under a bridge as a homeless skid row addict. Today he is an author, CEO and internationally sought after professional speaker who motivates and inspires audiences worldwide. The most effective leaders in society are those rare individuals who…

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Amanda Lindhout

Amanda is a New York Times bestselling author, speaker and journalist. Her multiple award winning memoir, A House in the Sky, has been on the Globe and Mail top ten list for over two years. In 2015 her work as a journalist included writing feature stories in Maclean’s, National Post and Flare, with photography for…

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Rex Murphy

Social Commentator and Editorial Journalist Rex Murphy is one of Canada’s most respected opinion leaders. His witty intellect and profound insight into issues affecting Canadians are the reasons why they tune in regularly to his weekly CBC radio show, Cross Country Checkup, watch him on CBC TV’s The National, and read his column in The…

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Major Danielle Strickland

Danielle Strickland is passionate about caring for fragile communities around the world. This appetite for social justice has led her to back alleys and late night street corners to partner with Jesus in rescuing those struggling with drugs, homelessness, prostitution and despair. Her aggressive compassion has been a force for change in the halls of government and…

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