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Douglas Tardif has enjoyed a long successful career as a businessman, performer, fund raiser, and as an on-line provider of self-employment expertise to the non-profit sector. His company has provided Project Management and Information Technology Consulting expertise in several sectors including Canada’s leading Trust Companies and the Southam Newspaper Group. In 1991, Doug accepted a two year consulting assignment with the Government of the Cayman Islands. His work with Immigration, Tourism, Customs, Health Services, and Cayman Airways was rewarded with contract renewals for the next ten years. Concurrent with these activities, he also worked undercover, investigating money laundering, fraud and government corruption. In late 1998, Doug was invited to join The United Nations as the International Y2K Consultant. In this capacity, he provided seminars on contingency planning and infrastructure evaluation in Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. Doug has appeared in a number of films, television commercials and stage productions. He has worked as a volunteer with The Heart and Stroke Foundation, Mother Theresa Orphanages, and Scouts Canada. He is the founder of The World’s Worst Oil Paintings Auction and Exhibition Inc., an outrageous fund-raising initiative that has so far generated close to a million dollars for the Canadian Paraplegic Association. In recent years, Doug has been bringing his employment and self-employment expertise to the non-profit sector as a Team Leader with Make A Change Canada. As a Business Coach working on the Business Abilities program, you’ve got to be one of the most entrepreneurial people I’ve ever met.

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