Matthew Allen and Paul Legace host Episode 115 of This Week. (Nothern View Photo)

This Week News Show – Episode 115

Highlights from this week in Prince Rupert

On the Northern View’s weekly news show, This Week, hosts Matthew Allen and Paul Legace take a look at some of the biggest news stories in Prince Rupert.

The highlights this week include the City defining its boundaries for cannabis sales, the lights going out on the 2018 cancer auction and a stellar performance by Charles Hays Students in their musical production.

Don’t have time to read the news? Don’t worry, we have you covered.

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