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He was in Vancouver for three months last year while working for a web company. According to his colleague, he was “very well respected” and “very easy to get along with”, according to his friend Ben Olsen, a media strategist with digital agency Soulection.
In an interview with the Vancouver Sun, Cowan described his life in Vancouver:
Cowan’s girlfriend Danielle Corcoran (32), also from Auckland, had been working as an audio technician, but was laid off in March 2012 after 10 years of working for Vancouver’s Fidelity Investments. She had been living in Vancouver for the previous six months, but planned to return to Auckland.
Armed with Canadian visas, the couple booked a three month-trip to visit the United Kingdom, France, and Switzerland. They booked hostels in all three countries and booked flights through travel agents.
Cowan and Corcoran were both born in New Zealand, and both hold Canadian citizenship. Cowan has been in Vancouver for the past five years, while Corcoran was in Vancouver for eight years previously.
Some online commentators have suggested that an exploration of Canada’s immigration policies may have had something to do with Cowan and Corcoran’s decision.
Cowan and Corcoran posted their intention to meet a girlfriend in Canada to social media on February 27, a Saturday. On Tuesday morning, they travelled on a bus to Vancouver International Airport.
They boarded a Zodiac aircraft (B-8D) piloted by Captain Andrew Sali. At approximately 8:20pm, the British Columbia Air Accident Investigation Commission (BCAIC) and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RC