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StoryNet: everyone has a story

Lina Condo and Terry Barter, Hooked.jpgOur stories are worth something, for what they witness and preserve -- and for their sheer entertainment value. That's the idea behind StoryNet.

StoryNet is an oral-history project created by the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network.

English-speaking Quebecers across the province are invited to digitally record stories about the people, places and events that have helped shape their lives.

Their stories live on the StoryNet website.

Dwane Wilkin heads up the project. He joins Sonali Karnick in our Sherbrooke studio.

(Left, storytellers Lina Condo and Terry Barter in Richmond; photo courtesy of StoryNet)

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