Delivering powerful, motivational programs for the youth of today.

Matt John Evans

In June 2016, Matt John Evans was awarded the prestigious "Lifetime Achievement Award" recognizing his work with "Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving" (OSAID) by the Ministry of Transportation.

Matt was the former Executive Director with the organization for over 25 years and credits the provincial award as a team effort with community support and student involvement contributing to the overall success of the program.

Read more about this award by clicking here.

Matt is presently booking speaking engagements with schools and community youth organizations for the 2016-2017 calendar year.  

For more information, or to contact Matt directly about his motivational talks, please contact him using his online contact form located here.

Contact Matt

"I’m fifteen years old and a grade ten student at the school you talked to today.  I wanted to say you did a brilliant job.  I have NEVER seen any speaker come to my school and reach an audience the way you did. It was hilarious, and you still managed to get the point across.

Secondly, I want to say thanks for the motivation. I have been having a lot of self-doubts and been dealing with some not-so-nice girls and gossip lately. Something about the way you talked about bullies just made me feel a lot better about my problem. I feel like I can handle it. Also, your speech on challenges hit me hard. I mean, I’ve always thought of myself as brave and able but I know I turn down challenges and when the going gets tough, I leave. But now I know that I can meet challenges and do well if I try, care and work.  I just really loved the presentation today (as I KNOW everyone else did)!  You are truly an inspiration.

Thanks a million!"


Matt is an accomplished award winning Canadian actor, comedian, producer and director and is known for his work in films, television and live theatre.  His program "Meeting Challenges.  Making Choices." takes students through a variety of awkward and confusing issues that teens face including drinking and driving, addictions, bullying, staying in school, respect and motivation and staying true to one's self and being original.  He has worked with youth programs for over 25 years and has performed at many school assemblies, conferences and workshops throughout North America.

Matt is the former Executive Director for OSAID (Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving) and a highly regarded motivational speaker known throughout Canada and the United States.