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Hello wonderful fans and friends,
It has been a long time since our last posting, but, thank you for sticking with us. A change will be coming to all social media and website soon, but please, stick with us. More postings will be announced to keep you updated on everything happening with Candy Palmater.
First, Comedy shows coming. One September 14th TaDa! Festival in Wakefield, Quebec and the other will be at Seneca College on November 7th, 2019. Rare comedy shows for Candy outside the corporate comedy world, these two will be open to the public for ticket sales. Ta Da Festival http://www.tadafestival.ca/
Candy will be at AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) September 30th, 2019 one to one conversation with Salman Rushdie! SOLD OUT https://ago.ca/events/browse
Recently the one and only Margaret Atwood named Candy Palmater one of the 12 International women who are shaping our future. The words “She suffers No Fools” was aptly used. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/margaret-atwood-has-nominated-the-12-women-who-are-shaping-our-future-lgv27c0b3
Candy is currently working hard to complete edited draft of her script for her first book with Harper Collins, set to drop spring 2020,. Stay tuned for release date.
Candy continues to travel the country speaking to corporations, educational sectors and other clients. Soon she will be back at Seneca College for a new lecture series in early 2020.
Update for October schedule will come your way soon.
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Here we are another month down and more travels in sight for Candy Palmater. Currently Candy is grounded for a couple weeks at home in Toronto gearing up for events and projects for many months to come, going into 2018. June 2017 is in the next month with many events from coast to coast to coast in Canada.
First we look at what Candy is working on. Writing the National annual event for National Aboriginal Day on June 21st. Candy writes the entire 5 hour live broadcast and this year there are 16 hosts, 8 stages (cities) across the nation. Candy will be hosting the Halifax stage in addition to writing the live broadcast. The broadcast will be on APTN. (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network)
Candy will be taping The Debaters on June 20th in Halifax as well. This is taped in front of a live audience at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium and will be aired on CBC radio one.
The many events and gigs Candy will be on tour for are for Corporate and Private events – BUT, if in the maritime provinces if you wanted to see Candy the APTN and CBC events open to the public. we have no other public events noted at this time. July 2017 Candy Palmater will be speaking at the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum), so maybe we will see you there.
Candy is busy with many writing projects: Live broadcast, Magazines, book projects and others we cannot speak publicly just yet. But hold on, the details will be released soon. Be sure to subscribe to the website for free updates.