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August 14th 2017:When Starting Over Becomes Starting From Scratch

Sara Wheelright was willing to start a new life in a new country when her common-law had found more employment opportunities in Canada. She was leaving a successful career, family and her close friends. Sara had always been a risk-taker and adventurous by nature so making the choice was not as scary but it did involve starting over in her career and making new friends. It was not long when she arrived in Canada she had a high-risk pregnancy with twins and her marriage was falling apart. She discovered new revelations about her relationship that made it impossible to save especially with tw

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Sara Wheelright

Sara Wheelright is the founder and CEO of Trusted Saskatoon. She is a marketer extraordinaire bringing all her years of experience in marketing and sales in both the UK and Canada creating a successful marketing business. She is a recipient of several awards related to her business such as 2014 SABEX Awards for marketing, Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce 2014 ABEX Award for marketing and 2017 Saskatchewan NEYA Award for Growth. She was awarded two international Stevie Women in Business Awards and the 2014 Saskatoon YWCA Women of Distinction Entrepreneur Award. Sara is grateful for all the opportunities her new country and community has offered her and her family, therefore, as a way of gi
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