Too often the unique cultural identity of Canadian Mormonism gets lost in the noise of their neighbours to the South. In 1977 Canadian author Margaret Atwood, said of the United States:
“About the only position, they have adopted towards us, country to country, has been the missionary position, and we are not on top. I guess that is why the national wisdom vis-a-vis them has so often taken the form of lying still, keeping your mouth shut and pretending you like it.”
In this podcast, Lindy Yamamoto and Robert Slaven call for more Canadian authenticity in the Mormon experience. They also give Southern Alberta a hard time!