58 episodes

Unapologetically Canadian podcast host Tracey Arial explores Canadian identity through conversations with intriguing individuals.

Unapologetically Canadian Tracey Arial

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

Unapologetically Canadian podcast host Tracey Arial explores Canadian identity through conversations with intriguing individuals.

    Reid Allaway and Tourne-sol's elec-truck project

    Reid Allaway and Tourne-sol's elec-truck project

    I spoke to project head Reid Allaway about organic vegetable and seed farm cooperative Tourne-sol's operations, protecting farmland as a commons and how they went about getting a fully electric truck.

    • 59 min
    Getting history right with Irene Moore Davis

    Getting history right with Irene Moore Davis

    This is my interview with Irene Moore Davis, a woman who speaks, teaches and writes about Black history, equity, diversity, and inclusion.

    • 39 min
    2022 Let's Go!

    2022 Let's Go!

    Okay 2022, we're ready for you. I hope.

    With COVID still on and so many government restrictions underway, how can we creatively lead sustainable lives while thriving?

    • 4 min
    Writing up the ancestors with Janice Hamilton

    Writing up the ancestors with Janice Hamilton

    It was a joy to speak with journalist and genealogist Janice Hamilton about her ancestors, her recent book "Reinventing Themselves," and surprises she's discovered while researching and writing her family history.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Creating diversity via permaculture with Stefan Sobkowiak

    Creating diversity via permaculture with Stefan Sobkowiak

    Stefan Sobkowiak spent twenty years turning a traditional commercial apple farm into an extraordinary oasis of permaculture diversity. He's deeply grateful for that abundance, which defines Canada for him. The episode is brought to you by the CAUS crowdfunding campaign at https://laruchequebec.com/. 

    • 42 min
    How Lloyd Whitesell challenges norms

    How Lloyd Whitesell challenges norms

    Lloyd Whitesell challenges norms just by being himself. His academic career began with co-creating the field of queer musicology. He's now among the leaders working to make space for diverse populations within music. Along the way, he's won awards for research excellence and teaching. He's also the world's expert on singer songwriter Joni Mitchell's talent as a composer. Listen to our conversation and consider which norms unintentionally influence you. 

    • 45 min

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Kornel_84 ,

Great podcast!

Great podcast Tracey! I love the Canadian perspective and look forward to listening to many more! Keep up the great work and thanks for making this :)

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