Tyler Portelance and Kimberly Godfrey for the October 19th episode of the Northern View 'This Week' podcast.

This Week Podcast – Episode 3

Tyler and Kimberly host "This Week" where they discuss money for city infrastructure, Bella Bella and gender equality in Prince Rupert.



Tyler Portelance and Kimberly Godfrey are back for their third week of hosting “This Week” in the Northern View. In this episode, they discuss the city missing its opportunity to get funding for water infrastructure, Pacific NorthWest LNG getting its export licence extended to 40 years, the Rupert Western Canada Marine Response Corporation heading to Bella Bella to clean up the mess from a sunken tug boat and the Rampage suffering a big loss against the River Kings. This week’s special guest is Michelle Bryant-Gravelle, the director of the Women’s Leadership Network, who describes what the organization is doing in the community to bring gender equality to the workplace. The BC SPCA Pet of the Week also makes an appearance.

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