The Canadian Expat Network (CEN) is the leading Canadian expat site for Canadians living abroad.
CEN also provides bi-weekly e-newsletters, regular stories of interest, expat webinars, calendar of events, list of Canadian Expat Groups, forum, CDN News feeds, twitter feeds and the Annual Canada Day Expat Giveaway.
This is your home away from home.
Notable Interviews include:
Hockey Legend Wayne Gretzky
Brigadier General Nicolas Matern
Hockey Star Sidney Crosby
Former Canadian Ambassador Michael Wilson
New Brunswick Premier Shawn Graham
Terry Fox's sister Judith Fox-Alder
Author Sally Armstrong
Montreal Alouettes Head Coach Marc Trestman
Hockey Legend Paul Henderson
Canadian National Baseball Director Greg Hamilton
Hockey Dad Henry Staal
Tim Horton's U.S. Communications
Hockey Announcer John Forslund
President Assoc. of University Research Park Dale Gann
COC Steve Keough
Anne of Green Gables 100 Year Anniversary
PEI Premier Robert Ghiz
NB Minister Victor Boudreau
Manitoba Minister Peter Bjornson
Hockey Legend Yvan Cournoyer
CEN was founded by Sean Mitton in 2008. Mitton had been in the technology industry for over 10 years as an Account Manager serving Fortune 500 Companies and a Major Telco. He grew up in Georgetown, Ontario, received his business degree from the University of New Brunswick and lived 3 years in beautiful Vancouver,BC. He has been in the U.S. since 1999.
Mitton is also the creator of the '72 Project.The '72 Project is an opportunity for baby boomers and older generations to share where they were when Henderson scored and what it meant to them, leaving an archive for younger generations. Stories will be collected, with the 72 most compelling will be chosen for a book that will launch on the 40th Anniversary (Sept. 28th, 2012). The moment will also contrast the "Sidney Crosby 2010 Golden Goal".
'72 hero, Paul Henderson is writing the foreword for the book.