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Special Rates for New Members!

Special Rates for New Members!

Thinking of becoming a new member of Storytellers of Canada? Our special 25th anniversary new members rate will kick in in early July! Only $25 for any new member (not renewing) until summer 2018! And don't forget that for this year as well, new membership fees for Indigenous tellers are waived. 

Watch SC-CC's website and Facebook page for the launch of these special membership packages!

Telling Tuesday/Mardi du Conte OCTOBER 3, 2017

Bob Graham has come up with an exciting new way to connect through stories, and Telling Tuesday was launched in Orillia on Oct. 18th, 2016. Telling Tuesday returns this fall, on October 3, 2017!

Intercultural Storytelling Festival Quebec changed its name!


Intercultural Storytelling Festival Quebec changed its name!

Intercultural Storytelling Festival Quebec first and largest storytelling festival in Quebec, will present its fourteenth edition from 20 to 29 October 2017. This event will take place under the sign of change, first by adopting a new name: the Festival intercultural storytelling in Montreal. 

Conference Survey

Greetings!   Salutations! 
We are asking SC-CC members attending 2017 Conference for comments to strengthen our annual conference experience.

20 Year anniversary of St. John's Haunted Hike

2017 marks the 20th anniversary of the St. John’s Haunted Hike! Join the Haunted Hike founder, storyteller, and folklorist Dale Jarvis, for a special behind-the-scenes tour exploring the history of the Hike since 1997.

Phyllis Walker

Phyllis Walker

SC-CC is saddened to share the news of the passing of Phyllis Walker, one of our wonderful and accomplished members.

Canadian Literature Pitch

Writers! CanLitPit (Canadian Literature Pitch) will return on Wednesday, July 12, 2017. Last February, #CanLitPit became the #3 trend on Twitter with over 510 pitches posted from Canadian writers across the country. #CanLitPit received support from The Vancouver Writers Festival and Word on the Street Toronto which established the event as a can't miss opportunity for Canadian writers.
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