Canada exports a lot of worthy things. Universal human rights, the idea of a UN peacekeeping force, poutine. But one of the country’s greatest exports, at least in our opinion, is its people. This show explores the lives of Canadians living outside of Canada.
A teacher goes on exchange in Old Bar, Australia
Kelsey Wilson allowed a stranger into her house in Sylvan Lake. That same stranger also got to drive her car. But it’s totally normal, because Kelsey is doing the same thing to this stranger, on...
A teacher finds calm in Farnham (S2E10)
Lauren Gillespie had a goal: visit 30 different countries before she turned 30 years old. She managed to achieve that goal thanks in part to living in Europe. But before Europe, she lived in Wellington,...
A Canadian storms Newcastle (S2E9)
Carolyn Dickson always knew she’d live abroad one day. And after a trip to the UK with her husband in 2013, she knew she wanted to live in the UK. But it took her and...
A Canadian on the Whanganui River (S2E8)
Rihanna Flaherty got into travelling after university. Though her degree wasn’t something she used to travel. She actually fell in love twice. Once with the country of New Zealand itself—she eventually convinced a friend to...
A Canadian returns from Morocco (S2E7)
The first time I spoke to Emily Mattinglsey was almost exactly four years ago (you can listen to our chat on Episode 26). She’d basically just arrived in Morocco looking for a little bit of...
Qatari adventures for a Canadian family (S2E6)
Cora Lea and her family had the opportunity to leave Canada just about four years ago. Their destination: Doha, Qatar. Cora Lea shares her point of view on the folks she’s met over the past...
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Bring it back!
I was an expat living in London for five years. I miss the expat experience and lifestyle and just found this podcast. I really am enjoying it and the interviewers approach. Would be nice to if you brought the shoe back.
Please come back!
I absolutely adore each episode of this podcast. I wish it was back on so I could hear more stories and get more inspired to take my Canadian-ness and skills abroad.
I'd be very interested to know how Adam manages to find so many great guests. They're all so personalable and open. My favourite episodes are with guests how are blunt about the pros and cons of living away from Canada. Great show!