Dominique Liboiron

Dominique Liboiron

Dominique Liboiron is a speaker, author, teacher, journalist and photographer. To raise awareness about heart disease and to honour the life of one of its victims, Liboiron canoed from Saskatchewan to New Orleans. He is the first person to undertake that journey. He enjoys outdoor sports such as camping, hunting, fly fishing and canoeing.

“Hola! Como esta su madre?” As you may have guessed from the opening sentences, I’ve begun Spanish lessons.

Take notice - what Dale Sanders will do is amazing.

From now until the federal election Oct. 19, politicians will be jockeying for your vote.

Wednesday, 18 February 2015 15:12

Small gestures aren’t always seen as so small

We lead busy lives. Often, it’s easy to forget that small, simple acts of kindness can have a profound impact on others. I was reminded of that recently during a series of speaking engagements in southern Saskatchewan.

Las Vegas recently hosted the Consumer Electronics Show.

Thursday, 18 December 2014 06:16

Canoeist finally makes it to his destination

He did it. For the past few months in Your Life is Now, we’ve been following Keith Lynch, the investment banker with little previous canoeing experience, but a lot of ambition and audacity to make up for it. On Nov. 29, after six months and 4,000 miles, Keith reached his destination of Dallas, Texas.

Wednesday, 19 November 2014 13:20

Man’s journey is inspiring considering setbacks

In this month's edition of Your Life is Now, we continue to follow the progress of Keith Lynch, the former financial planner with essentially no canoeing experience who decided to paddle from Montana to Texas, a distance of 4,000 miles.

Thursday, 16 October 2014 09:33

Follow up on interesting story of Keith Lynch

In the last edition of Your Life is Now, we met Keith Lynch.

Call it a whim, a mid-life crisis or even a crazy idea. One or all of these definitions sums up what Keith Lynch is attempting.

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 09:45

Who do you want to be when you grow up?

I have many heroes. One of them is my friend Dale Sanders. He’s who I want to be when I grow up, and by grow up I mean when I’m 80 years old.

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