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Franchise Success Stories

Many Canadians dream of becoming small business owners but not everyone has the know-how or the original idea to start a business from scratch. Through a proven business model and the support provided by an established franchisor, franchising has allowed many Canadians to achieve their entrepreneurial goals.

Visit this page often for stories about real Canadians and how they have found success as business owners through franchising.

Wyatt and Aiden Booth, Hopscotch

Wyatt and Aiden Booth's healthy food franchise began as a school project.

John Evans, EverLine Coatings

John Evans explains why millennials are the future of franchising.

Jennifer Turliuk, MakerKids

Jennifer Turliuk has always had a passion for technology. At just 12 years old, she coded her very first website for a school book report on Harry Potter. The website went viral, garnering hundreds of thousands of page views, and was even featured in a major children’s magazine. Experiencing that level of success at an early age was empowering, says Turliuk. “That was the moment when I realized I could do anything.”

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