PHOTO: Canadian author John Ralston Saul visits Revelstoke on Sept. 27 to present his book

John Ralston Saul presents in Revelstoke

Canadian author visits RPAC for presentation on latest work, A Fair Country: Telling Truths about Canada

PHOTO: Canadian author John Ralston Saul visits Revelstoke on Sept. 27 to present his book, A Fair Country: Telling Truths about Canada. The award-winning author and Companion of the Order of Canada is on a speaking tour of the region to discuss how Canadians are influenced by aboriginal culture. Saul will also appear at the Columbia Salmon Festival in Invermere on Sept. 28. Saul appears at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre on Friday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. Tickets at Chantilly Kitchen and Grizzly Books.

 

 

 

 

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