Morrin Centre highlights Scottish-Canadian storytellers

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Photo: Mark Lindenberg

Douglas Gibson spoke about many Canadian authors with Scottish roots, including Lucy Maud Montgomery, during his “Great Scots” presentation at the Morrin Centre.

Great Scots,” billed as an ImagiNation off-festival event and a lively celebration of Canada’s finest fiction storytellers with Scottish links from 1867 to today, presented May 8 by Douglas Gibson at the Morrin Centre, was a lively mix of social and historical context, engaging anecdotes and personal recollections about Canadian authors.