Episode 13 of 13
August 3, 2010
In a country built by immigrants, why do current policies penalize hard-working newcomers like Edgar? Zoran - a successful Serb-Canadian businessman - would like to know.
A veteran of the former Yugoslavia’s national team who now coaches young Serb-Canadians, Zoran is planning his first holiday from Detai...
Episode 12 of 13
Zoran has appealed to the Temporary Foreign Workers Program, asking officials to reconsider the termination of Edgar's visa. The Detailz ...
Episode 11 of 13
Denied a visa extension, Edgar is cast adrift - and Zoran contemplates life without his lieutenant.
Episode 10 of 13
Zoran welcomes Edgar back from the Philippines - but an official letter casts a pall over the happy reunion.
Episode 9 of 13
Zoran gets joyful news from Edgar in the Philippines. An auspicious omen of better times ahead?
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Zoran beats the economic blues by celebrating Slava – a Serbian tradition whereby families honour their patron saint.
Episode 7 of 13
Edgar squeezes a last item in his suitcase and heads home, leaving Zoran to mind the shop.
Episode 6 of 13
Keen to drive more traffic to his shop, Zoran gets directions from a professional business coach.
Episode 5 of 13
While Zoran trims costs, his Filipino workers await word on their visas – and the fate of 9 families hangs in the balance.
Episode 4 of 13
The car detailing business is stuck in the slow lane, but Zoran is moving ahead with staffing changes.
Episode 3 of 13
Edgar and his fellow workers relax at the Calgary Stampede – but their thoughts wander to distant loved ones.
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"You gotta spend money to make money." As the economy stagnates, Zoran invests in his deluxe car-wash.
Episode 1 of 13
Zoran, Edgar & Co
An immigrant businessman bonds with Filipino temporary workers – and keeps his carwash afloat.
Zoran left Serbia 7 years ago, finding work at a Calgary auto-body shop. At 37, the father of two and former footballer now runs his own auto detailing business.Edgar
Like millions of Filipinos, Edgar had to go abroad to find work. In Canada on a temporary visa, he’s Zoran’s shop manager, sending regular remittances to his family back home.
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