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TORONTO

Monday Nov 4, 7:40pm, Trampoline Hall, The Garrison, 1197 Dundas Street West, buy tickets here

Tonight’s event is curated by Amy Langstaff. Featuring: Kim North: Kindergarten, Sam Cotter: Urban Strategies for Howling Into the Void and Derek Leebosh: The Travel Bug.

Tuesday Nov 5, 7:30pm, Choir Choir Choir!: Lou Reed, No One Writes to the Colonel, 460 College, $5 

Tonight join a bunch of like-minded souls in mourning the passing of a rock and roll champ. They’ll be singing the Velvet Underground’s “Sunday Morning” and “Perfect Day” by Mr. Reed himself.

Wednesday Nov 6, 7:30pm, Launch: Festival Man, The Gladstone Hotel Ballroom, 1214 Queen Street West

The whiskey rabbi and accordion troubadour Geoff Berner launches his book about sex, drinking and making music. With an intro by Dave Bidini.

Thursday Nov 7, 7:30pm, Choir Choir Choir!: Don’t Stop Believin’, The Monach Tavern, 12 Clinton Street, $5

The second CCC! gathering will tackle Journey and Heart’s “Alone” this week.

VANCOUVER

Wednesday Nov 6, 7-9pm, An Evening With Joe Sacco, SFU Woodwards, 515 West Hastings Street, $20

The revered political graphic novelist Sacco will sit in conversation with Charlie Smith of the Georgia Strait.

MONTREAL

Monday Nov 4 – Sat Nov 9, Canadian Festival of Spoken  Word, Montreal, various locations, view schedule here

The yearly festival takes place in Montreal this year, and there are loads of great performances, events and resources for slam groups, spoken word poets, collaborators, allies and organizers. Be sure to check out the fest’s schedule on the website and check out their Zine Workshop this Wednesday!

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