Matthew Allen and Crystal Sawatzky host episode 120 of the Northern View’s This Week podcast. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

This Week Show – Episode 120

Highlights from this week in Prince Rupert

On this week’s Northern View podcast, we take a look back at this week in Prince Rupert’s news.

On this week’s Northern View podcast, we take a look at the end of the water boil notice in Prince Rupert, the future of the totem pole erected on Lelu Island and the ramped up searched to find a new psychologist in School District 52. Don’t have time to read the news? Don’t worry, we have you covered.

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

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