These Dads Are Doing It Right – Part 7 – The Great Dads Up North – Canadian Dads

This week for the These Dads Are Doing It Right Series I taking you up to Canada. There are a bunch of great dads to the north of me. I have met some of these guys in person. I have worked with them on campaigns. Some of these guys have been on my podcast. So if you are not reading their content or following them on social media yet, make sure you check these Canadian Dads out. 

Chris Read – One Of Original Canadian Dads  

I have known Chris for years now. I have been a fan of his from day one. He and I have worked together on many projects over the years. He is one of the most caring people out there. His articles are fantastic. He has a great sense of humor. He cares about his family and it shows when you read his posts. Whether he is being interviewed on a local TV station or sharing his thoughts on social media he will brighten up your day. Make sure you follow him on his site at canadiandad.com and follow him on Twitter at @CanadianDadBlog. 

Sean François – Coaching Kids The Right Way

I had the great pleasure of meeting Sean on a media trip when we were both covering the NBA All-Star game in New Orleans a few years back. Not only do each of our oldest daughters share the same name, we share a lot of the same interests. We are Star Wars nerds. He and I are both sneakerheads. We even root for the same sports teams. Sean is a fantastic father. Like me he has two daughters. He lends his time coaching his daughters’ sports teams. Sean helps to encourage his daughters to find their passions. He really takes the role of being a dad very seriously. Make sure you follow Sean on Twitter at @seanfrancois.  

Michael Kwan  – Beyond The Rhetoric  

Before I go into about Michael I want to say a huge congratulations to Michael and his family as they welcomed a son into their family. I am very happy for you and your family, Michael. His website, Beyond the Rhetoric talks about fatherhood, food and travel. He is such a great follow on social media. Michael shares his life adventures and is thoughts on fatherhood. He and I have geeked out from time to time about certain things in the pop culture world that we enjoy! Make sure you follow his work at btr.michaelkwan and follow him on Instagram at beyondtherhetoric. 

Casey Palmer – Keeping Up With Case P

Casey is a father of two. He and his family live near Toronto. He loves sharing the stories of everything that he and his family experience. Casey looks to balance his passion with his family and the work that keeps them fed. He does that so he can give them everything he can to lead the best lives possible. That is a definition of a great dad. His podcast, Chatting with Casey is a podcast that’s all about family, food, fashion and faith. Plus he will talk about travel and tech. You will really enjoy all of his work! Check out his podcast and thoughts on his website at caseypalmer.com and follow him on Twitter at @CaseP

Stewart Reynolds – The Internet’s Favorite Dad

Stewart Reynolds AKA Brittlestar, is the father of two teen boys, Owen and Gregor. These three guys, along with his wife, Shannon have created viral videos for a variety of brands and organizations such as Disney, ESPN, Subway, CBC, Walmart, and others. Stewart is great at finding humor anywhere. Whether he is making funny videos or sharing a spot on dad joke, Stewart is the real deal. Subscribe to his YouTube channel HERE and go to his website at brittlestar.com.  

Chris Farley Ratcliffe – Dad Goes Around 

Chris Farley Ratcliffe is dad to three girls and writes about fatherhood, kids and current affairs. His superpowers include removing loose teeth on request and carrying more than one kid at a time. So he had to be on the list for great Canadian Dads. Besides writing about fatherhood he will also share his thoughts on current affairs, STEM, DIY projects and product reviews. Follow him on Twitter at @DadGoesRound and go to his website at dadgoesround.com. 

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