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Rainmaker – Barry Lapointe

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Barry Lapointe is the President and founder of Kelowna Flightcraft. I did not realize until setting foot on the premises, how big of an operation that they have. “Kelowna Flightcraft owns the largest fleet of aircraft operating in the Canadian Air Freight market” (from: Kelowna Flightcraft Webpage) = many busy people. Thanks Barry, for being […]

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Rainmaker – Chief Clarence Louie

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Chief Clarence Louie is the straight-talking Chief of the Osoyoos Indian Band. Their economic development team is creating big opportunities in the southern interior of British Columbia. Chief Clarence Louie’s leadership is well known (CBC – The National – Profile). Having studied Native Studies in my time at Trent University – he is well known […]

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Rainmakers continues . . .

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Janice Perrino is a woman of many hats; just one of them as director of development with the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation. We met yesterday in Penticton. Janice, your cheerfulness is contagious and much appreciated!

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Rainmakers’ Portraits

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I’ve been assigned by Okanagan Life Magazine to produce portraits of a number of important Okanaganites’ – “Rainmakers” is to be a special issue that is being published this spring. Yesterday I had the great pleasure of working with Brad Bennett, President of McIntosh Properties Ltd, member of the UBC Board of Governors and most […]

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Now on newstands

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I found this while getting my groceries today: Go get yourself a copy of the May issue of Outdoor Canada Magazine.(See blog entry from March 21st if you have no idea what I am talking about) For all of you from Outdoor Canada Magazine — Thank you, I appreciate your business.