After eight years as a group fitness and personal trainer, Justin completed his Life License Qualification Program (LLQP) in 2016 and his Canadian Investment Funds Course (CIFC) in 2018. Justin is currently Life and Accident & Sickness licensed in Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario.
Justin has been a proud member of Advocis since 2016.
Advocis, The Financial Advisors Association of Canada, is the largest voluntary professional membership association of financial advisors in Canada, representing more than 13,000 members and 40 Chapters across the country.
Enhancing the professionalism of financial advisors in the best interests of the consumer.
Justin has over 45 five star Google reviews.
Justin has been an entrepreneur his entire life, specializing in helping clients live healthy.
Through online service, Justin helps businesses, families, and individuals with their financial planning insurance needs throughout Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario.
He also helps Canadians all across Canada with their financial planning investments, through his online investment partner JustWealth.
Justin represents many of Canada’s largest insurance companies, providing his clients with access to the best options.
He helps his clients save time and money, giving them peace of mind in the process.
Lastly, Justin is a ‘philanthropreneur’ with experience fundraising for blood cancer research via running a full marathon in Anchorage Alaska, creating a large outdoor fitness fundraiser in Vancouver BC sending him to Ethiopia to see the communities where the fundraising dollars were used to build a school, and co-creating an annual gala in Vancouver BC fundraising for an award-winning charity who helps local youth at risk of entering a criminal lifestyle.
Together with you, Justin looks forward to improving the communities and the environment around us all. He has been eating 100% plant-based/vegan food since 2010 and he continues to share its long list of benefits.
Justin is a proponent of prevention is better than cure. It’s better to stop something bad from happening than to deal with it after it has happened.