Tyler Portelance and Chelsea Stamp-Vincent in Episode 62 of This Week Podcast filmed at Charles Hays Secondary School. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

This Week Podcast – Episode 62

Prince Rupert’s video podcast filmed on location at Charles Hays Secondary School

A student-teacher campaign, Mugs That Matter, brings the podcast to Charles Hays Secondary School for Episode 62 of This Week.

Tyler Portelance​ and Chelsea Stamp-Vincent​ give us the biggest news stories: A new industry for Watson Island, council passes the first reading for a men’s recovery home, homeless shelter to move from Raffles Inn, the Rampage fundraiser and Winterfest highlights.

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shannon.lough@thenorthernview.com

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