Mullinger Meets Canadians
Small town Canada doesn’t always get the credit that it deserves. This podcast uncovers great Canadian’s doing the unexpected and producing world class, globally renowned work in the small towns and cities of the Great White North. British journalist James Mullinger swapped the hustle of big city living in London, England, for a sleepy town of barely 10,000 in New Brunswick. Laughing in the face of the cynics, 6 years later his stand up career is thriving and he’s launched a national print magazine. If you want to know more about how to thrive living in a smaller place then this is the podcast for you. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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