Tyler Portelance and Kimberly Godfrey host 'This Week' podcast and read through the news days before Christmas.

This Week Podcast – Episode 12

Tyler Portelance and Kimberly Godfrey of MacCarthyGM read through the news headlines in the Northern View podcast "This Week."




Tyler Portelance and Kimberly Godfrey of MacCarthyGM read through the news headlines in the Northern View podcast “This Week.”

In this episode, the hosts speak with Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen on his tanker ban bill and what his goals are for Prince Rupert in the new year.

Then, all season surfer Leo Rutherford talks about what its like to ride waves in the region.

Back for another mug and more time in the limelight is head coach of the Prince Rupert Skating Club, Sheri Pringle, who talks about last week’s figure skating performance.

Finally, the Pet of the Week minces into the frame to help the hosts end the penultimate episode for the year.

 

 

Just Posted

‘Tis the season for giving and auctioning in Prince Rupert and Port Edward

Gitmaxmak’ay Nisga’a Society and Church of Christ the King raising money for their kids

Prince Rupert wooed by Hometown Hockey, going over the top to answer the call

City is excited to showcase Prince Rupert’s livability — and hockey fandom — on the national stage

Northwest B.C. wildlife shelter rescues particularly tiny bear cub

Shelter co-founder says the cub weighs less than a third of what it should at this time of year

Gitga’at and LNG Canada announce new Marine Emergency Response and Research Facility in Hartley Bay

LNG Canada providing financial support as committed in 2014 Impact Mitigation and Benefit Agreement

New Prince Rupert Port Authority vessel honours Ts’msyen culture

The AMWAAL was blessed by the Lax Kw’alaams hereditary chiefs’ council

WATCH: Jingle Boat, Jingle Boat, jingle all the way

Santa Claus visited the kids of Prince Rupert on the Inside Passage

The Northern View presents Santa Shops Here in Prince Rupert

More reasons to spend your shopping dollars locally

Many of Canada’s working poor can’t afford lawyers, don’t qualify for legal aid

One lawyer says many people earn too much to qualify for legal aid, but not enough to really live on

Economy lost 71,200 jobs in November, unemployment rate climbs to 5.9%

Jobless rate is at its highest since August 2018, when it hit 6%

VIDEO: John Lennon’s iconic Rolls Royce rolls into Vancouver Island college for checkup

Royal BC Museum, Camosun College and Coachwerks Restorations come together to care for car

VIDEO: Rockslide closes part of Highway 93 in Fairmont Hot Springs

Geotechnical team called in to do an assessment after rocks fell from hoodoos

Petition calls for appeal of ex-Burns Lake mayor’s sentence for sex assault

Prosecution service says Luke Strimbold’s case is under review

BC firefighters to help battle Australian bushfires

Canada sent 22 people, including 7 from B.C.

B.C. NDP touts the end of MSP premiums

Horgan, James held news conference to reiterate that people will get their last bill this month

Most Read