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Chris Johnson is a physical educator by profession. He recently retired after 38 years as an educator, having taught at all levels from preschool to university. He is much sought after as a public speaker both in Canada and the USA.

He speaks not only on laugher and humour, but coaching, sport and children, team building and quality physical education programs in our schools. He is also in demand as an MC for corporate and non-corporate functions. He is very happily married with three great children ...& two even greater grandchildren. He now knows the meaning behind the bumper sticker which says" If I had known that grandchildren were so much fun, I would have had them first." 

Chris has won numerous awards recognition of his teaching in B.C. including the the Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal, the Douglas College Faculty Excellence Award, the B.C Teachers Federation's  'Innovation in Teaching Award' and joined Terry Fox and Rick Hansen in being awarded the Daryl Thompson award for outstanding contribution to amateur Sport in BC.

He was recently recognized for his contribution to post secondary teaching when he was awarded the Faculty Emeritus Award at Douglas College, and the college named its half million dollar fitness facility "The Chris Johnson Fitness Centre".

He hails from Yorkshire, England via White Rock, BC