Kimberly Godfrey and Tyler Portelance offer insightful banter on This Week podcast for the Northern View's October 12 paper.

This Week Podcast – Episode 2

Tyler Portelance and Kimberly Godfrey in "This Week" podcast look at the lack of beach access in Prince Rupert, the Hanjin Scarlet & more.



Tyler Portelance and Kimberly Godfrey are back for their second week of hosting “This Week” podcast for The Northern View.

In this episode they offer insightful banter about Prince Rupert losing beach access after CN blocked the area off with a fence, this week’s Heart of Our City with a First Nations drumming teacher, Miss Northern B.C. on winning National Miss B.C., the Filipino Tina Turner’s husband who visited the city last week, what the Hanjin Scarlet container vessel is still doing in the outer harbour loaded with cargo and 22 crew members and the Rupert Rampage’s second victory against Terrace.

This week’s special guest appearance is Michael Gurney, the manager of corporate communications at the Port of Prince Rupert who offers his informed perspective on several topics regarding the port. Also, learn about what happened to Shelley the cat, the BC SPCA Pet of the Week.

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