This Week podcast hosts, Tyler Portelance and Chelsea Stamp-Vincent in Episode 71. (Shannon Lough/The Northern View)

This Week Podcast — Episode 71

Learn about what happened to the North Coast internet Saturday night, and other Rupert headlines

Learn about Ecotrust’s North Coast Innovation Lab on Episode 71 of This Week podcast with Tyler Portelance and Chelsea Stamp-Vincent.

On the podcast, we learn about the most recent police reports, what happened to the internet Saturday night and who is dancing for the opening ceremonies at the All Native Basketball Tournament.

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