Tyler Portelance and Kim Godfrey in the March 29 podcast edition of This Week.

This Week Podcast – Episode 26

Watch, listen and laugh as hosts Tyler and Kim of MacCarthyGM discuss their take on the Prince Rupert news of the week.



Can you believe that Prince Rupert’s very own podcast This Week is already on Episode 26!

Watch, listen and laugh as hosts Tyler and Kim of MacCarthyGM read their take on the news on… rallying nurses, a Medal of Courage for one Rupert woman battling cancer, a pedestrian struck by a police vehicle on the weekend, an LNG project on hold, and much more.

With two guests, Hondo Arendt, B.C. Green Party candidate for the North Coast and Sandy Jones, Superintendent of School District 52. There’s is only one mug to give out, find out who the lucky recipient is.

 

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