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Coming North on Story Net

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Sixteen years ago Catherine Tactuk had no idea that she would marry the man from Canada she'd met online.

 

 

There's corn in front and soya on the sides and a little river behind. So there's nothing. And well you now, Dominicans are used to having neighbours all the time.

 

Sixteen years ago Catherine Tactuk had no idea that she would marry the man from Canada she'd met online.

As it happened, her chance meeting in an internet chat room turned into a long-distance love affair with a man from Quebec.

 

In the fall of 2011, 39-year-old Catherine accompanied her new husband to Canada from her home in the Dominican Republic.

 

Starting a new life in a faraway country is always a challenge, but Catherine wasn't prepared for the culture shock that awaited her in a small rural town.

 

And then came winter.

 

StoryNet speaks to Catherine about her experience as a recent immigrant, what she misses about her home country and her determination to succeed in her new community.

 

Recorded in Bedford, Qc.

 

 

1Coming Northcoming-north

Sixteen years ago Catherine Tactuk had no idea that she would marry the man from Canada she'd met online.

 

 

 

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Coming North

Recording Date:- 23-01-2013

Storyteller:- Catherine Tactuk

Province:- Quebec

Language:- English

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Sixteen years ago Catherine Tactuk had no idea that she would marry the man from Canada she'd met online.


"This time he wasn't flying away from me. We were flying together."

Sixteen years ago Catherine Tactuk had no idea that she would marry the man from Canada she'd met online.

As it happened, her chance meeting in an internet chat room turned into a long-distance love affair with a man from Quebec.

In the fall of 2011, 39-year-old Catherine accompanied her new husband to Canada from her home in the Dominican Republic.

Starting a new life in a faraway country is always a challenge, but Catherine wasn't prepared for the culture shock that awaited her in a small rural town.

And then came winter.

StoryNet speaks to Catherine about her experience as a recent immigrant, what she misses about her home country and her determination to succeed in her new community.

Recorded in Bedford, Qc.