Fredericton discusses Canada Reads books

Everyday this week Information Morning Fredericton explored New Brunswick readers' connections to this year's Canada Reads books: February by Lisa Moore, Two Solitudes by Hugh MacLennan, Away by Jane Urquhart, The Age of Hope by David Bergen and Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese.

Christine McLean moderated five panel discussions and you can listen to them in the audio players below.

Conversation about Two Solitudes by Hugh MacLennan
  • David Peterson and France Hache, Anglo-Franco couple
  • Anne Colpitts and Guy Vezina, Anglo-Franco couple

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Conversation about Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese

  • Genine Paul Dimitracopoulos, daughter of a residential school survivor
  • Alma Brooks, Elder from St. Mary's First Nation and sister of a residential school survivor
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Conversation about February by Lisa Moore
  • M. T. (Jean) Dohaney, author and widow
  • Kevin Culberson, lost his daughter in road accident and runs Compassion Friends
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Conversation about Away by Jane Urquhart
  •  Johnathan Richard, professor of Irish language at St. Thomas University
  •  Marilyn Driscoll, Irish Canadian Cultural Association of New Brunswick

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Conversation about The Age of Hope by David Bergen

  • Rhona Sawlor, retired literary editor
  • Nancy Bauer, novelist and arts journalist
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