Tyler Portelance and Chelsea Stamp-Vincent in Episode 60 of This Week Podcast at Mariners Park. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

This Week Podcast – Episode 60

Prince Rupert’s podcast learns more about the new playground at Mariners Park and more headlines

From inside the gates that surround Mariners Park playground hosts, Tyler Portelance and Chelsea Stamp-Vincent, read through the headlines.

In This Week video podcast, the playground project lead, Paul Rajendram from the Prince Rupert Lions Club, speaks with the hosts about all the new features of the park, and how they fundraised for two years to make it a reality.

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READ MORE: New Mariners Park playground opens this weekend

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