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By Tina Depko-Denver
"It was a night for the cultural record books.
More than 60 artists representing a variety of genres gathered at the Student Theatre Centre Thursday evening to have their say about what should be included in the Cultural Action Plan.
Event organizer Trevor Copp, artistic director of Tottering Biped Theatre, said it was an important night with fruitful discussion..."
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