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Bryan Baeumler
HGTV Host & Owner, Baeumler Quality Construction

Bryan is a natural born teacher, a Gemini award winning host, and has been educating and entertaining viewers worldwide for the past decade. Bryan has filmed over 300 television episodes including his hit series Leave it To Bryan, Disaster DIY, Canada's Handyman Challenge, and House of Bryan, the highest rated series on the HGTV network. Bryan is the spokesperson for numerous products and has expanded his growing businesses to incude Baeumler Aproved and Baeumler Custom Cabinetry. He is currently filming Bryan Inc. with his wife, Sarah. Bryanbaeumler.com.

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Presentation Topic: Renovation Realities with Bryan

Bryan will be appearing on the Main Stage Sponsored by: Edmonton Journal & Designed by: Turquoise Chair
Friday January 26th @ 6:00pm
Saturday January 27th @1:00pm
Rosalyn Lazaruk

ROSALYN LAZARUK
OWNER, WICKET BLUE INTERIORS

Owner, Wicket Blue Interiors

The genuine passion of designer Rosalyn Lazaruk for décor, space and event design has inspired her success as a designer. Rosalyn has been working in design and decor for over a decade and established her own business, Wicket Blue Interiors, in 2004. She has a broad repertoire of experience both in designing personal spaces within the home, as well as in implementing intriguing space and design concepts within the commercial and event settings. Insightful and infinitely resourceful, Rosalyn understands the intimate relationship of design and self-expression and is devoted to developing and implementing unique design ideas that reflect the vision and individuality of her clients.

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Presentation Topic: Renovation Runway 
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NEIL HARDING
SLEEP COUNTRY

Neil Harding has been  with Sleep Country Canada for over 17 years. He is responsible for home shows, training and product knowledge nationally. He has extensive experience in all aspects of the mattress industry and is considered an expert in his field.


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Presentation Topic: Let's Talk about Sleep 
DIY Camper - The DIY Mommy- website

CHRISTINA DENNIS
THE DIY MOMMY

Christina Dennis is an Edmonton area blogger and YouTuber with a passion for creating home decor, DIY and lifestyle content. Her award-winning blog, TheDIYMommy.com, has become more than just a hobby - it's now a full time job that allows Christina to work with brands all across the world and connect with people through crafty workshops and videos. Christina and her husband Sean, owner of The Greenovator Corp general contracting company, are a creative DIY duo that undertook the renovation of a 1992 travel trailer this Spring. Armed with their combined knowledge of construction and design, they transformed the camper into a trendy oasis for their family of five, and they're excited to share the process of the renovation on the Edmonton Renovation Show main stage this year.
Presentation Topic: How to Renovate your RV on a Budget

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Robyn Webb Photo- WebsiteRobyn Webb
City of Edmonton Environmental Strategies

Robyn Webb has a background in urban planning and sustainability and works for the energy transition team at the City of Edmonton. She is passionate about creating sustainable cities, the path to a low carbon future and teaching the public about household energy efficiency. 
Presentation Topic: Saving Carbon, Saving Money: Household Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy in Edmonton

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SBF-photo-2- WebsiteStephen Farrell 
Acacia Engineering Ltd. and VerdaTech Energy Management and Consulting Inc. 

Stephen Farrell, P.L. (Eng.) is a mechanical engineer with over 25 years’ experience in residential and commercial energy efficiency consulting. He owns and operates two companies: Acacia Engineering Ltd. and VerdaTech Energy Management and Consulting Inc. Acacia Engineering is a mechanical engineering consulting firm and specializes in HVAC and plumbing design.Stephen has extensive experience in energy management and consulting and has been actively involved with Natural Resources Canada in consulting on and managing various
energy efficiency programs. His company VerdaTech has completed over 35,000 residential energy assessments and is a licensed service provider for NRCan’s ERS version 15, EnergyStar for New Homes and R-2000 programs. He has presented various energy efficiency seminars for numerous organizations, including the City of Medicine Hat, Town of Banff, and City of Calgary. Stephen is also currently serving on the Metro Vancouver “Rate Our Home & Labelling” steering committee for energy labelling, labelling disclosure and integration with the BC Energy Step Code.

Presentation Topic: Saving Carbon, Saving Money: Household Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy in Edmonton

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David Bruns Photo- websiteDAVID BRUNS & SHERRY GALAN
HOME REUSEABLES

David Bruns grew upon a farm near Cochrane Alberta where reusing was a way of life. Sherry’s former career of was that of a Bank Manager for 25 years. She holds degrees in Human Resources and Adult Education . Eventually, after  working on demolition crews in Edmonton, Dave and Sherry , in 2007 saw a need for quality used building materials, hence the beginning of Home Reuseables, a retail store/demolition company that buys and sells “experienced” building materials. Dave does the buying of materials and landing salvage contracts, while Sherry manages and controls Marketing, Sales, Human Resources, Administration, Financial operations, and is involved in the day to day operations of the retail outlet.

Sherry Gallan- websiteThe company specializes in both used and new building materials for  commercial and residential as well as antique building. While it  started out small, the little company has expanded to over 35,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, and diversified into other ventures, such as ReFunkd' which turns out unique  creations made from re-purposed building materials, Fat Paint, an excellent line of chalk style paint, and Spearhead, a collection of hand cast  iron house accessories.
Presentation Topic: Reusing used building materials.... Why it matters, and what's in it for you.

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Marc Boutin head shot- websiteMARC BOUTIN 
Principal, Architect, AAA, FRAIC, RCA

Marc Boutin studied architecture and architectural history at the University of Manitoba, the University of Toronto, the University of British Columbia, and the University of Calgary. He complimented these studies with sculpture studios at the Ontario College of Art and the Emily Carr College of Art and Design. During 1994-96, he continued his studies and professional work in Barcelona. In 1997 he joined the University of Calgary and was the Director of the Architecture Program and Associate Dean from 2006-2010. His research and critical practice has focused on a density of meaning that is achieved through the synthesis of art, architecture, urban design, and landscape architecture. Marc was the recipient of the Prix de Rome and his firm The Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative has been recognised by national and international awards. Marc is a Fellow in the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Art.

Presentation Topic: Nature’s Wild Backyard……not your typical “Backyard”renovation

Considerations, challenges, and opportunities with renovating a Zoo.  Discussing the importance of planning exhibits and other aspects of the facility from different perspectives, including safety, animal enrichment and experience, and the visitor experience.  Highlighting the different design phases of the Zoo’s renovation, including the next phase called “Natures’ Wild Backyard”. Learn how the community can support the stunning and sustainable transformation of the Edmonton Valley Zoo.   
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PAUL MCGAVIGAN &
JEREMY WALTER 
ALAIR HOMES

LIVING BETTER STARTS HERE™ Alair Homes serves the great communities in and around Edmonton by providing high-quality custom built homes and appealing, yet modern, renovations. Our team is passionate about helping individuals and families enjoy happier, healthier, more productive and more comfortable lifestyles. Our award-winning company takes pride in the multi-million dollar estates, budget-friendly starter homes, and infill homes we have created for residents in the Capital Region. We put the same level of care, workmanship and top-notch customer service into every home we build.

JeremyWalter- websitePresentation Topic: Reno FAQ Review: Common Renovation Questions Answered
Navigating a renovation can be stressful or daunting if you're not sure how to chart your course. Most people have similar questions when it comes to renovations. Alair Homes addresses the most frequently asked questions from homeowners interested in home improvement. The renovation experts also share the questions homeowners should be asking that they aren't.

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Marchand Construction Headshot- WEBSITEJOSH MARCHAND
MARCHAND CONSTRUCTION

In 2005, Josh Marchand started his own framing company which grew into a custom carpentry business due to a love for fine craftsmanship. The next logical step was to take his God-given talents to the world of custom homes and renovations as Marchand Construction. Dedicated to sustainable construction and a strong emphasis on craftsmanship, Marchand Construction is able to efficiently drive a project forward using a skilled crew of in-house carpenters. Pushing the envelope in building practices, and passionate about building science, the entire team loves what they do, and prides themselves at superior craftsmanship. Josh strives at running his business as he does his life — in a manner befitting a follower of Christ; The foundation upon which Marchand Construction has built its mandate.

Presentation Topic: Affordable Sustainable Construction

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Renee Mulrooney for prints  posters-0025 (2)- websiteRENEE MULROONEY
TOMBOY CONSTRUCTION

Renee Mulrooney, one of only a few female general contractors in Edmonton and the owner of Tomboy Construction, is a trusted leader in renovation design and construction. Renee is known for her keen attention to detail and her fresh, yet timeless design approach when creating spaces that will function beautifully and look fabulous for years to come. Admired for her quick wit, ingenuity and gumption, Renee tackles renovation challenges with an easygoingness that calms and reassures the most nervous of homeowners. 

Presentation Topic: Renovation Do's and Don'ts

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