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Columpa C. Bobb - Aboriginal Storyteller in Residence

This week the Vancouver Public Library announced that Columpa C. Bobb is their 2013 Aboriginal storyteller in residence. Bobb has been acting, writing plays and teaching for more than 25 years, performing her original monologues and one-person shows across Canada.

You might also recognize her from the tv shows North of 60 and The Rez. She is a member of the Sto:lo Nation's Seabird Island band. You can hear her after the 8:30 news.

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