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Chris Koch featured on the Oprah Network is coming to Ontario!

Chris Koch, from ifican.ca, is coming to Ontario in December. For those of you that don't know Chris, he was featured on Oprah's network. You can view his video here.

Chris was born and raised in the small farming and ranching community of Nanton, Alberta.  When he's not out in the field, he travels as a motivational speaker sharing his story and experiences in the hopes of encouraging others to live their lives to their greatest potential.

As part of our continuing commitment to farm and agribusiness, BDO is pleased have Chris as keynote speaker for our complimentary special information sessions with lunch on key topics that are affecting the farming industry. We are pleased to offer this session at the following locations:

We hope to see you there!
Genevieve

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