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Come home for Christmas

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Living a world away puts the holiday season in a very different perspective.

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As Canadian as I can be

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What makes a national stereotype? And if we don’t live up to them, how can we expect others to?

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Working for the weekend

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What do we do when our work ceases to be a motivational factor in our lives?

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Fonder for the absence

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Sometimes being away from a place reshapes how we remember it

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(un)Great(ful) Expectations

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What do we do when the goals society teaches us to strive for are not the ones we find fulfilling?

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What’s that accent?

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The politics of dialect, accent and language can be powerful, othering, and bizarre.

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Oh…Canada?

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What does it mean to be Canadian when you’re living abroad?

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Teaching in a fishbowl

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Sometimes teaching abroad can make you feel more like a circus show than an educator

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Third culture

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Born in one place and raised in another by parents from somewhere else. It’s difficult not to feel out of place in a city as multicultural as Dubai. But it makes you wonder: what would it be like to raise a child here?

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‘Bricks and stones’, or ‘Love alone’?

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What makes a place – a house, a city, a country – truly a home?

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Confronting familiarity in unfamiliar places

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On the pros and cons and complexities of the ex-pat community

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