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

This Week Podcast – Episode 18

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 talk to MLA Jennifer Rice, who was recently appointed the opposition spokesperson for northern and rural economic development.

They also speak to Crystal Lorette, the general manager of the Lester Centre of the Arts and is organizing the 30th Anniversary show this Saturday, February 4th.

Finally, the puppies Milo, Macy and Melly join Tyler and Kim as the pets of the week.

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