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Jim St. Clair

Jim St. Clair185.jpgHis voice you already know. He's been a teacher and a university professor - a writer, an actor and a storyteller. His interests range from ancient Greek and Latin, to old-time fiddle music and modern-day economic development. Jim St. Clair has been the voice of the Information Morning history column for a generation now. While he lives in the old family homestead in Mull River, he's been deeply involved with the evolution of Cape Breton. His commitment to Cape Breton history and heritage has earned him an honourary doctorate from Cape Breton University. Jim St Clair has deep-seated opinions when it comes to the past - and the future - of Cape Breton Island.  And he's never shy about sharing them - ALWAYS in the most gentlemanly way possible.  (runs 17:47) 

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