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Blaine McMillan was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and moved to British Columbia in 1972. After high school, he joined the Canadian Armed Forces and proudly served for 27 years as an Aviation Life Support Equipment Specialist with operational postings to CFB Comox, BC, the MFO Base El Gorah, Egypt and CFB Winnipeg, MB. While in Winnipeg, Blaine enrolled in the University of Manitoba where he completed a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology. In 2003, Blaine retired from the Canadian Armed Forces and returned to Vancouver Island with his wife Irene and two sons, Bowen and Kamryn. Blaine’s interest in the sasquatch first began in the early 1970’s. His search for this elusive creature began in 2005. In 2006, Blaine began investigating incidents submitted to the BFRO focusing on and completing reports from Canada’s four western provinces. In 2007, Blaine was the lead organizer for the first BFRO expedition on Vancouver Island. In the years that followed he has directed two more expeditions and has continued to have an active role in researching the sasquatch phenomena in Western Canada.