WeMaple started as a grassroots effort to celebrate amazing achievements of Canadians for the country’s 150th anniversary in 2017 through creative visual narratives. 

Since then, the WeMaple series has expanded to focus on stories of innovation, excellence, and perseverance across the nation. From the tale of Sudanese-Canadian war orphan turned rapper Mijok Lang, to two young family’s search for hope through medical cannabis, and in-depth conversations around the trials and tribulations of Canada’s energy sector, WeMaple is proud to highlight the stories that make Canada strong, resilient, and unique. 

WeMaple is proud to announce the newest edition of our visual storytelling series: The WeMaple Podcast. In this series, we will explore more Canadian success stories through meaningful conversations with entrepreneurs, category leaders, and change-makers, and delve into what it means to be a member of the True North, Strong and Free. 

Matt Keay

Matt Keay

Matt comes from a background in skateboarding and documentary filmmaking. Since 2010 Matt has independently fundraised and produced 17 documentary film projects for broadcast. Other areas of expertise include Brand Strategy, Project Manager, Digital Paid and Earned Media, Traditional Advertising, and International Public Relations. Matt is a nonpartisan communications strategist who has served three political campaigns including Calgary’s Mayor Naheed Nenshi’s victory in 2010. Matt is an active community member and volunteer, Matt has served on many boards and committees including the Airdrie 2020 Alberta Winter Games as Director of Sport, Co-Chair Calgary Association of Skateboarding Enthusiasts (CASE) which fosters and supports the growth of skateboarding in Calgary.

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Ryan Faulkner Hogg

Ryan Faulkner Hogg

Ryan is a voracious content creator with experience in journalism, niche digital marketing, and podcasting currently living in Stockholm, Sweden. His writing covers topics ranging from the European geopolitical landscape, ethical tourism, and sustainability and the environment. He also hosts and produces two of his own popular podcasts, “A Curious Worldview,” and “The Nassim Taleb & Incerto Podcast.” His website, Atlas Geographica, is where you can find all of his latest work, including travel blogs, new podcast episodes, and a list of other projects to check out.

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