Available for virtual visits in : Quebec & Prince Edward Island

Home Province: Manitoba

Craft: Storyteller

Target Audience: Grades 3 – 12, adults

Cost for School and Public Virtual Workshop Program with CCBC subsidy: $200.00



Virtual Presentation Information

Invite Rob Malo to your classroom for French-Canadian and Métis tales as well as demonstrations of a variety of historical instruments! Layered within these energetic interactive cultural experiences, the process of developing an oral tale is explained and put into practice as a new story is developed using participant suggestions. Rob displays his creation process visually by demonstrating a storyboard method that can be easily repeated by the participants. Anyone may ask questions or comment throughout this unique presentation where everyone is encouraged to move, learn, share and have fun!


ROB MALO also known as TiBert le Voyageur is a Franco-Manitoban Métis storyteller, author, stage performer, juggler, poet, and community builder who shares his passion for history and culture with people of all ages. He is recognized by Storytellers of Canada as being a Master Storyteller and has been the Storyteller in Residence at the University of Manitoba. Rob draws on his background as an Educational Programs Developer at the Manitoba Museum and as a Professor in the Tourism Department of l’Université de St. Boniface to delight audiences through storytelling, juggling and music. Rob has been awarded Certificates of Excellence from Interpretation Canada for both TiBert le Voyageur live presentations and digital educational tools available to teachers through the Province of Manitoba DREF website.