Are you looking for inspiring Canadian keynote speakers for your next event?
Bestselling authors and National Geographic Adventurers of the Year Julie and Colin Angus specialize in giving keynote presentations that resonate, inspire and motivate. This husband and wife team who founded Angus Rowboats Ltd. are masters of achieving the impossible; from completing the first entirely human powered circumnavigation of Earth to rowing unsupported across the Atlantic Ocean through two hurricanes. While adventure, research and exploration is their primary occupation, Julie and Colin are also master storytellers, sharing their exploits through bestselling books, documentaries and, most intimately, on stage. These Canadian keynote speakers have inspired hundreds of audiences around the world from countless fortune 500 companies to educational institutions.
If your objective is to have your audience entertained through rollicking humor and riveting stories, while learning important life lessons, this is the team for you. Julie and Colin are Canadian keynote speakers who give motivational presentations together or independently. Julie offers a refreshing female perspective in the male-dominated world of exploration. Lexus recently shared some of Julie's words of inspiration in an interview which you can see here: Lexus with Julie.
To learn more about these Canadian keynote speakers, or to book Julie and Colin for your next event, please visit Canada Keynote Speakers.
Testimonial from Keynote Presentations:
“ I could have never prepared myself for the emotions I felt when you presented your story to the group. I had tears a couple times.” – CAPPA
“Colin and Julie were simply sensational. They were excellent to deal with prior to the conference, a real pleasure to meet and chat with, and of course they delivered a memorable keynote presentation that our franchisees are still buzzing about. I would highly recommend them.” – Brett Browne, Magnetsigns
“Your presentation and story was incredible and most certainly one of the highlights of the entire conference.” – Gina Delle Rose-Ash, St Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation
“I’ve heard all the great testimonials, but words can’t really convey the power of your presentation.” -Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA)
“Everyone loved your keynote presentation, you are inspiring, courageous, amazing individuals.” – Jennifer Elliott, Capital Regional District
Clients that Julie and Colin have provided keynote presentations to include:
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce/ Wood Gundy
Helly Hansen Canada
Farm Credit Canada
Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)
Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA)
Association of Public Sector information Professionals Canada Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of BC (APEGBC) – Vancouver, Fort St. John and Victoria branches
Growing Rural Tourism Alberta
British Columbia Medical Association
Manitoba Municipal Administrators Association
Avanti Software Inc.
Cumis Life Insurance Canada
Northern BC Tourism
Fraser Valley Real Estate Board
AbbVie Braun/Allison Inc.
Fernie Chamber of Commerce
Cooperators Group Ltd.
Worldstrides: Educational Student Travel
Communitech Technology Leadership Conference
Government Finance Officers of Western Canada
Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP (FMC)
City of Surrey
Northgate Chevrolet Buick GMC
Scotia Dealer Advantage
United Egg Farmers International
Symposium on Highway Geometric Design
Canadian Health Libraries Association
City of Richmond
St. Lawrence Seaways Management
Tourism Vancouver Island AGM
Wallace & Carey Inc.
Freestone Capital Management
Wood Buffalo Safety
Mountain Equipment Co-op Canada
Illuminating Engineering Society
BC Marine Trade
Saskatchewan Parks & Recreation
Travelers Financial Corporation
Hollyburn Properties Ltd.
Associate Veterinary Clinics Canada
Alberta Health Authority
BC Lung Cancer Association
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
Entrepreneurs’ Organization – Vancouver, Canada and Winnipeg, Canada branches
Canadian Institute of Financial Planners
District of Maple Ridge
Capital Regional District
Canadian Association for Earthquake Engineering
Canada West Ski Areas Association
2010 Legacies Now
Canada Trans Canada Trail
BC Association of School Business Officials of Alberta
Royal Bank of Canada Wealth Management
Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada
Belleville Sales and Advertising Club
BC Automobile Association
Home Loans Canada
Westlink Innovation Network
Women’s Business Network – Comox Valley
Safe Community Wood Buffalo
Recreational Facilities Association of BC
Salt Spring Island Conservancy
Youth G.R.E.E.N. Conference
Vancouver Maritime Museum
Annual Cardiovascular Conference
Canada Forestry Innovation Investment Ltd.
Alberta Recreation and Parks Association
Outdoor Industry Association
School District 71 Support Staff
Bluewater Cruising Association Clients
Ottawa Outdoor and Adventure Travel Show
City of Canmore: Festival of Eagles
Midwest Mountaineering Outdoor Adventure Expo
Adventures in Travel Expo (New York, Washington, Long Beach, Chicago)
University of Toronto Reading Series
Prince George Outdoor Adventure Trade Show
London Boat Show (London, England)
Adventure Travel Film Festival (Lindsay, ON, Canada)
North Shore Writers Festival Vancouver International Film Festival (VIMFF) Vancouver, Canada
The eh List Author Series
Canwrite Canadian International Festival of Authors
Words on the Water Writers Festival
International Explorers Festival
Queens Canadian Leadership Conference, Kingston, ON
North Island College UBC
Alma Mater Society
University of Victoria, Business Workplace Skills Conference
Round Square International
Humber College, Toronto,ON, Canada
Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC
University of Victoria Alumni, Victoria, BC, Canada
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
St. Michael’s University School, Victoria, BC, Canada
Rochester School for the Deaf, Rochester, NY
Rockridge Secondary School, Vancouver, BC, Canada
BCIT Student Association, Vancouver, BC
Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, BC
St. Christopher’s School, London, England
Timberline Secondary School, Campbell River, B.C.
Jasper Place Highschool
Livingstone Elementary School, Vancouver, B.C.,
Canada Nightingale Elementary School, Vancouver, B.C.
Carleton Elementary School, Vancouver, B.C.
Highland Secondary School, Comox, B.C.
St. Pius X Catholic School, Toronto, ON
Rockridge Secondary School, Vancouver, B.C.
Summerland Middle School, Summerland, B.C.
KVR Middle School, Penticton, B.C.
McNicoll Park Middle School, Penticton, B.C.
Skaha Lake Middle School, Penticton, B.C.
Trout Creek Elementary School, Summerland, B.C., Canada
Oilfields High School, Black Diamond, AB
Margaret Avenue Senior Public School, Waterloo, ON
Village Park Elementary School, Comox, B.C.
Naramata Elementary School, Naramata, B.C.
To Learn More about Julie and Colin Angus or to book them for Speaking, please visit Keynote Speakers Canada.
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