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Marsha Lederman

Marsha Lederman
Western Arts Correspondent

Marsha Lederman is the Western Arts Correspondent for The Globe and Mail, based in Vancouver. She covers the film and television industry, visual art, literature, music, theatre, dance, cultural policy, and other related areas. Before joining The Globe, Marsha worked for CBC Radio, mostly in Toronto, where she held a variety of positions, including National Arts Reporter, morning news editor, and founding senior producer on Q. Marsha also worked for many years in private radio as a reporter, news anchor and talk show host. She was born in Toronto and has lived in Vancouver since 2007.

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Theatre Review
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Book Review
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Novelist Steven Galloway awarded $167,000 in damages
Novelist Steven Galloway awarded $167,000 in damages after controversial firing from UBC
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Film Review
Review: Fail to Appear is an utterly watchable piece of experimental Canadian film
The Enthusiast: How I got hooked on British crime dramas starring tough female cops
Departing VSO music director Bramwell Tovey looking forward to ‘rewirement’ rather than retirement
Nominations announced in slimmer Jessie Awards
Book Review
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