Anna Lamb works with her family to make their Cranbrook gym welcoming and customer-oriented.
Zoë Dupley writer profile
Zoë Dupley is a writer for Koocanusa Publications. She received her Journalism diploma from SAIT Polytechnic, and is currently finishing her degree in Professional Communication at Royal Roads University. Dupley hopes to share her love of storytelling, and properly communicate the passions of those she interviews. She has worked at many occupations, and hopes to bring her understanding of businesses large and small to every story she writes. When she isn’t hiking in the Rocky Mountains, she is working on her latest sewing project or reading The Lord of the Rings.
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