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Kate Beaton, while in Toronto for the IFOA, dropped by Studio Q to talk about her new book “Hark! A Vagrant” and to offer some insight on how she mines Canada’s often obscure historical figures for nuggets of comedy.

Kate Beaton is one of those rare people who is funny both on paper and extemporaneously, and this interview is a perfect example.

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