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You must have such special memories of the animals who have been on the show.AM: We are so lucky to have such incredible animal handlers and wranglers work on the show, and you usually know exactly what you’re going to get.Whether it’s sitting in a field with horses and cows or sitting in my chicken coop, either one is right for me at the end of the day. When you sit out in nature and get outside, it really gives you perspective.
There are certain Travel Alberta commercials that are played, and every time I see them, I stop whatever I’m doing and I just watch and go “wow, it’s beautiful! I think that a lot of people do that when they watch it transports them to a place where they can just take a breath of fresh air. That allows people to open up, even subconsciously, and then take in that scenery and that beauty. Thank you to CBC for really bringing together Canada and focusing on different cultures and different areas within Canada, and showing it all on one network. It’s really a beautiful blessing to be a part of that. [to Amber] On your social media analytics it must show that the fans are from all over the world.
GW: I’m loving these questions, man, they’re great. Animals have always kept me grounded and have continued to do so.
I’m very lucky that I get to work with them on a daily basis and I also get to come home to a whole menagerie of them.
Wardle is best known for his role as Ty Borden in the long-running CBC series Heartland.
Under his Movie Production and Entertainment Company, Lone Maverick, Wardle has made films such as Under Pressure (2008), The Vessel (2012) and Cold Lights (2013).