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The Kidnapped Bear From Murron’s Cabinetree
Oakville, Ontario

The Kidnapped Bear From Murron’s Cabinetree 

“We’ve had a 6-foot bear out in front of the store since we started.” – Murray Farncombe, Oakville, ON

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Harry Barrett, Destiny, and Mye Restaurant
Oakville, Ontario

Harry Barrett, Destiny, and Mye Restaurant 

“I don’t believe the kind of, like, spiritual thing, but my brain told me: this is it.” – Aoki Motoaki, Oakville, ON

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11:30 At The Crepe Kitchen
Oakville, Ontario

11:30 At The Crepe Kitchen 

“We know if it’s 11:35 something has happened, and we start to worry what has happened to them!” – Eduardo and Maria Silas, Oakville, ON

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No Place Like Spencer Fraser Hardware
Oakville, Ontario

No Place Like Spencer Fraser Hardware 

“The one store in town, and it’s gone a long time ago now, that had a great smell was Spencer Fraser.” – Stewart Sheriff, Oakville, ON

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Love At Midnight Madness
Oakville, Ontario

Love At Midnight Madness 

“I don’t know where I’d be today if it wasn’t for Midnight Madness. I wouldn’t have met my wife I guess!” – Paul Barrington, Oakville, ON

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Storymobile

The Storymobile is our recording booth on wheels, where you can come share a tale about your main street. Follow us here to find out where our storymobiles are right now, and where we’re going next!

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Performances

We create performance installations across the country inspired by all the tales we gather. Find out where you can catch us live in action!

Upcoming performance dates

  • Yellowknife, North West Territories
    Sep 26–5 @ 7:00PM
  • Medicine Hat, Alberta
    Nov 19–3 @ 7:00PM
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What is The Tale of a Town Canada?

The Tale of a Town is a site-specific theatre and media project capturing the collective community memory of Canada’s Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.

In 2014, FIXT POINT launched a national tour of The Tale of a Town – Canada in collaboration with The National Arts Centre and presenting partners from across the country.

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