The Unapologetically podcast allows me to explore Canadian identity through my own reflections and in interviews with creators and leaders from across the country, including artists, business owners, farmers, nonprofit directors, philanthropists, politicians and writers.

Episode 6: Keith Neuman

Canadians value multiculturalism, welcome refugees and send more money overseas than our government does. Those are just a few of the results shown by responses to Canada’s World Survey 2018. I spoke to Keith Neuman, the Executive Director of Environics about the national survey in this 45-minute episode.

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Episode 5: Richard Davidson remembers Vietnam buddy Leo Brent Gunning

Friends across borders: Richard Davidson talks about the death of Leo Brent Gunning in Vietnam fifty years ago after organizing a commemoration in Potsdam, New York with Gunning's sister, Colleen Taylor.

Episode 4: Can Sherry Simon Understand Cities by studying language?

Sherry Simon

In episode 4, I speak with Montreal writer teacher and translator Sherry Simon to find out how shifts in language express a city's constantly-changing culture

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Episode 3: Brian Perron’s Vision for a Mission in the City

Discussing peace, acceptance and being open to connect with anyone with Brian Perron, from the Church of the Epiphany in Verdun.

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Episode 2: Discussing community roots and being accepted for who we are with David Lefneski

Learn how individuals can use courage and integrity to create community and become accepted for who they are in this 20-minute interview with David Lefneski, the leader of Verdun's Southwest United Church and Mission.

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Episode 1: Introduction to a Seasonal, Free and Abundant Canada

This 13-minute episode features thoughts about Canadian identity related to music, climate, political structure and overall abundance. If you want to read the text or listen to some of the Canadian music I love, visit the show notes for this episode.

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