28 episodes

Dave Hill isn't from Canada. But his grandfather Clarence Vincent Blake, Sr. was, and he wouldn't shut up about it. Still, Dave wondered: what do we even really know about Canadians? So every Tuesday, Dave attempts to get to know our neighbors to the north - one Canadian at a time. And yeah, of course he talks about curling.

This podcast is seriously Canadian. And it's not sorry about it.

Artwork by Danny Hellman.

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    • 4.5, 41 Ratings

Dave Hill isn't from Canada. But his grandfather Clarence Vincent Blake, Sr. was, and he wouldn't shut up about it. Still, Dave wondered: what do we even really know about Canadians? So every Tuesday, Dave attempts to get to know our neighbors to the north - one Canadian at a time. And yeah, of course he talks about curling.

This podcast is seriously Canadian. And it's not sorry about it.

Artwork by Danny Hellman.

    Alison Moore / Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident Preview

    Alison Moore / Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident Preview

    Put everything on hold and strap yourselves in for yet another incredible, and seriously Canadian episode of So... You're Canadian with Dave Hill. Hosted by Dave Hill. From before. Anyway, this week Dave welcomes Alison Moore, the show's first naturalized Canadian citizen, which seriously blows Dave's mind.

    Then, Dave and his producer Chris Gersbeck provide a preview of Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident, the podcast that will re-join the incredible Maximum Fun Network this Friday, March 13!

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Damhnait Doyle

    Damhnait Doyle

    Back from its record-breaking two week hiatus, So... You're Canadian with Dave Hill returns with more seriously hot Canadian podcasting action. Anyway, this week Dave chats with singer-songwriter Damhnait Doyle, who hails from Labrador City, Newfoundland and Labrador, a So... You're Canadian first, probably.

    • 58 min
    Ron James

    Ron James

    It's Tuesday dammit. Pull yourself together and get ready for another mind-blowing and seriously Canadian episode of So... You're Canadian with Dave Hill. This week, Dave chats with comedian and native Nova Scotian Ron James, who gives Dave the lo-down on bottled moose, dark & stormies, growing up in Hallifax, dog farts and other topics of great importance. Listen or Dave will stab you. Thanks.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    An important message from Dave about So... You're Canadian

    An important message from Dave about So... You're Canadian

    Dave announces the new release schedule of So... You're Canadian. It's okay. We're not going anywhere. Pull yourself together and take a listen, dammit.

    • 6 min
    Brent Butt

    Brent Butt

    Put everything on hold and strap yourselves in for yet another incredible, and seriously Canadian episode of So... You're Canadian with Dave Hill. Hosted by Dave Hill. From before. Anyway, this week Dave chats with comedian, actor, writer and Tisdale, Saskatchewan native Brent Butt, who you may know from Canadian television series Corner Gas and Hiccups.

    • 58 min
    Mona Barracuda

    Mona Barracuda

    The bandages are off and Dave is back with yet another incredible episode of So... You're Canadian with Dave Hill. Mentioned earlier. Anyway, this week Dave chats Mona Barracuda, a resident of Buford, Alberta, about living in a hamlet with a population of 47, her chickens, her chicken's eggs, and how Dave is on the next bus to Buford, Alberta.

    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

bonbug31271 ,

Rare 5 Star

I don’t know why I love this so much. But there is something so fun about this podcast. I’m American from New England, With family who immigrated from Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. This was many generations before me but it’s fun to think of “my history”. Dave’s dry humor is endearing and his dog in the background makes me smile. That’s Dave. Your voice is adorable too.

Cyn708 ,

Intrigued by the premis

I find the concept funny - learning about Canada one Canadian at a time. I enjoyed the first episode, mainly because it introduced me to Letterkenny, which I’ve now watched. Some episodes have been more interesting than others. I hope it continues to improve. My only major criticism is that the sound quality isn’t very good. For example interviewing over Skype isn’t, in my opinion, the best sounding. Also, background dog noises are distracting. Don’t get me wrong, I love dogs (I have a dog) but not as podcast background noise.

Matt211 ,

Awful and dull

I am Canadian, I was excited. It is very disappointing. The host does not direct the conversation to any insightful or interesting topics. By the second episode he is repeating his same dull anecdotes another Canada. A) Quebec City is so cold! He thought he’d have to cut his face off! B) His girlfriend observed Canadian guys don’t seem like dicks. Just saved you listening to two episodes of middle aged English speaking men talk about how Toronto is diverse, with no further exploration of what that means.

Here’s a idea: talk about something that is surprising or interesting about Canada. Jean Chrétien strangled a guy on camera. Louis riel, or Alberta separatism. Newfoundland. Maybe talk to a woman or someone who speaks French. Or a draft dodger. A podcast about “Canadians are nice and it’s cold” is not going to last long.

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