In Canada

Canada Day

Happy Canada Day! Whether you are Canadian or come from away and want to know more about us, here is a fun (and polite) video to celebrate the day by Commander Chris Hadfield and his brother Dave Hadfield. Give it a watch…eh! […]

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Coffee with Coaches Special Call March 20 2020

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Friday March 20, 2020 many of us got together for our regularly scheduled Coffee With Coaches call. This is a call that happens for our TCC community members twice a month. We get together regularly to give and receive support/coaching, catch up, have a laugh, and truly come together as a community. Normally, we do […]

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Episode 7: Dan Murray and TCC

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In this episode, Dan Murray hosts and we chat about the benefits of being a member of The Canadian Coach (TCC). Things such as: Increased credibility and visibility… Access to a community of coaches across the country… Monthly training and group connection… Ability to share your expertise in our resource centre… Corporate discounts with our […]

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Episode 6: Canadian Slang

Canada Day

This week on The Canadian Coach, we chat about a few different Canadian slang terms. Or more precisely, words that are unique to Canada (for the most part). If you’ve ever wondered what a tuque is used for or what the heck is poutine, then this is the episode for you. Want to know more […]

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Episode 5: Casual Q & A

Casual Q & A

It’s casual Q & A! Yes, today we are in my living room in our comfy clothes giving A’s to your Q’s. On this short episode, I answer two questions that I often get asked. Why do I need a coach? As a coach, why would I want to be a member of The Canadian […]

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Episode 4: Maple Butter Tarts

Maple Butter Tarts

Welcome to my kitchen! On this episode, I share my personal recipe for Maple Butter Tarts, a truly Canadian dessert. We also define coaching and compare it to other similar activities. Are you pro raisin or against them in your butter tarts? Personally, I’m not a fan of raisins, but to each their own. The […]

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