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About Andrew Harris

Andrew was born in Winnipeg Manitoba. Attended Grant Park and Oak Park High Schools before joining the Vancouver Island Raiders of the Canadian Junior Football League. During his junior career, he led the Raiders to three national championships (2006, 2008, and 2009) and broke a number of British Columbia conference and CJFL records, including all-time touchdowns and scoring. In 2009, he was awarded the Wally Buono Award for most outstanding junior football player in Canada. Wally was quick to claim Andrew as a territory exemption for the B.C. Lions. He somehow played for both the Raiders and was on the practice roster of the Lions in 2009. His role with the Lions increased from special teams to running back. In 2011 Harris saw his role expand and he took over as the starting running back mid-season, finishing with 853 total yards and eight touchdowns. In the playoffs, Harris was named the Canadian player of the week in a Lions' win over the Edmonton Eskimos in the West Division Final. A week later, Harris was named the Most Outstanding Canadian at the Grey Cup, scoring a touchdown and rushing for 65 yards over 10 carries Lions 34–23 over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Awards: 

 Wally Buono Award (2009)
CFL's Most Outstanding Canadian (2017)
Grey Cup Most Valuable Canadian (2011, 2019)
Grey Cup Most Valuable Player (2019)
CFL rushing yards leader (2017-2019)
Dr. Beattie Martin Trophy (2017, 2018)
Eddie James Memorial Trophy (2015, 2017, 2018, 2019)

* Currently, the only Canadian to rush over 10,000 yards in a career

*February 2023 signed one year contract with Toronto Argonauts

*Signed as Head of Football Operations Vancouver Island Raiders Jr. Football

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Mission

Andrew has a passion for giving back.

A natural coach, he looks forward to teaching you the formulas that other successful people use to gain wealth. Success leaves clues!

Vision

Andrew will help you build a foundation for your financial future. With your "Point of View".

What does your retirement look like?

What tax-preferred concepts have you overlooked?

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