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What might Laura Secord
say to us if she could
reflect upon her life
Join veteran Shaw actor Jennifer Phipps as she brings Laura to life, gets inside her head – and shares a piece of her mind.Often pensive, occasionally crotchety, sometimes witty, and always philosophical, the venerable Laura reflects on a lifetime filled with blissful promise, unsought adventure, shattered dreams, years of hardship, and eventual recognition of her deeds and service in her twilight years.
Radio interview with Dave Brown by Mike Saunders, CFBU FM, 12 November 2013 (aired 27 November 2013). Guest: Professor David T. Brown from Brock’s Department of Tourism and Environment, and a founding member of the Friends of Laura Secord. The building of the Laura Secord Legacy Trail in Niagara and its digital interpretation.
Interview runs from time stamp 22:49 – 46:05 in one-hour radio show