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A Dangerously Unconventional View of Canada

An Interview with Morgan Stone
Adventurer, Heroine, Misfit

Interviewer - Elena Ivanova

"A Dangerously Unconventional View of Canada"
Copyright © Elena Ivanova, 2017

Morgan (Meg) Stone

Heroine - In 2006 Meg helped me flee Russia: an increasingly hateful and oppressive country. We started our escape in Kiev, Ukraine, March 2006, and completed it, April 2007, by arriving safely in Victoria, Canada. We'd spent months in hiding and survived a ten month ocean crossing journey in a sailboat.

Adventurer - Escaping to Canada with me, has deeply changed Meg and her view of the world. She now sees no other option but to learn, experience and explore the unknown by traveling the world any way possible - by sailboat, plane, train, car or donkey cart.

Misfit - As a result of her somewhat "unconventional" activities: saving Russians, exchanging her house for freedom, experiencing the world in unimaginable ways, and living her life the way she wants to, Meg is admired by some people, and ostracized by others.

"Everything in Canada is designed simply to program people into being happy consumers and be happy, or at least, quiet in their place."


ELENA: You grew up in Canada, you lived there for many years. How would you describe life in Canada?

MEG: Fake.

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