Ben has been working in television and radio for over 18 years: from the chatroom, to Canadian Idol and etalk, he has become a familiar face across the country. Over the years, Ben has interviewed the biggest and brightest stars of film, fashion music, and television from around the world.
After playing for the New York Rangers, Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins, PJ Stock retired from the NHL and turned his hand to sports broadcasting.
Stock debuted on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada as a panel member for The Hot Stove segment hosted by Ron MacLean in 2007. The following year, he handled scores and highlights between doubleheader programming. In 2011, he began co-hosting HNIC’s Game Day on Saturdays at 5pm.
A Professional Speaker and an Actor and a Satirizer rolled into an unusual ball of corporate messaging and humour. With Paul you can expect anything and get everything you want for your conference. Hilariously funny, smart, motivating, inspiring and memorable, Paul creates conference summaries and keynotes tailored exactly to the needs of your audience.
Successful entrepreneur and best selling author of nine books on sales and personal and professional development. Patrick Leroux helps his client to achieve more RESULTS THROUGH ACTION. Patrick’s presentations are offer solid, simple and original ideas and are renowned to be dynamic, funny, moving, and captivating.
We are destined to succeed. Life and Nature has prepared us for success! Get the most from your employees and your teams’ potential by helping them be conscious of this striking reality, let go of past limiting beliefs, to think and act differently and take full responsibility for their results. Being the best I can be for me, my family, my team, my organization and our clients. Inspiring, entertaining and motivating !
A reporter and author, Luc Gelinas joined RDS in 1989 and three years later began reporting on the Montreal Canadiens and the NHL for Sports 30. The native of Saint-Boniface en Mauricie, Que. has reported from a number of high-profile events, including four World Hockey Championships, seven Stanley Cup Finals, 11 NHL All-Star Games and was the final journalist to interview Wayne Gretzky prior to his retirement.
A native of Ottawa, Kristina started skating when she was 11 because she wanted to distinguish herself from her ski-crazed family. Good news for Canada. Twenty-years later, in 2007-08, she produced a season to remember collecting World Cup medals culminating in her first of three overall titles in the 1500m, a World All-round Championship bronze medal, and an historic five-medal performance at the World Single Distance Championships including gold in the 3000m.