Tyler Portelance and Chelsea Stamp-Vincent host Episode 64 of “This Week” at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre. (Shannon Lough/The Northern View)

This Week Podcast — Episode 64

Prince Rupert’s video podcast goes to the civic centre to speak with a Rupert Rampage defenseman

From inside the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre, hosts Tyler Portelance and Chelsea Stamp-Vincent speak with Rupert Rampage player, Jean-Luc Fournier on how to grow their audience for games at home.

Crime reporter Keili Bartlett also gives a run down of the weekly police activity in the region, and the Northern View asks for more newspaper carriers to join the team.

All this and more on “This Week” video podcast.

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