Tyler Portelance and Kimberly Godfrey read the news and meet with three special guests in 'This Week' podcast for October 26.

This Week Podcast – Episode 4

Tyler and Kim host Prince Rupert's This Week podcast with three guests who discuss shoreline cleanups, the Highway of Tears & homelessness.




Tyler Portelance and Kimberly Godfrey meet with three special guests in the Northern View podcast “This Week.”

In this episode, the hosts meet with Brett Merchant, who is walking across B.C. with his half-wolf dog Kura, to bring awareness to the Highway Of Tears.

Then they meet with Caitlin Birdsall, the Vancouver Aquarium’s coordinator for the north, who organized the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup this past weekend.

Captain Gary Shiels of the Salvation Army then comes on to discuss the challenges of finding affordable housing in Prince Rupert, especially for those who recently lost their home in a fire on Second Avenue West.

Podcast

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Comments are closed

Just Posted

Breast cancer screening available in Prince Rupert – ten days only

Mobile imaging suite will be in Prince Rupert from July 6 to 16

RCSCC 7 – Captain Cook is searching for new C.O.

Officer position will be vacant with CIC sailing away to different shores.

Police investigate July 2 homicide in Houston

Man succumbed to injuries at Pearson Road residence

Solidarity movement displayed in city

Prince Rupert locals demonstrated against

Canada Day investigation by RCMP

Female was transported to hospital with head injuries in Prince Rupert

QUIZ: A celebration of dogs

These are the dog days of summer. How much do you know about dogs?

First glimpse of Canada’s true COVID-19 infection rate expected mid-July

At least 105,000 Canadians have tested positive for COVID-19 since the coronavirus was identified

Police ramp up efforts to get impaired drivers off B.C. roads this summer

July is dedicated to the Summer CounterAttack Impaired Driving Campaign

Migrant workers stage multi-city action for full status amid COVID-19 risks

‘COVID-19 has exacerbated an existing crisis’

Okanagan school drops ‘Rebels’ sports team name, citing links with U.S. Civil War

Name and formerly-used images “fly in the face” of the district’s human rights policy, says board chair

PHOTOS: B.C.’s top doc picks up personalized Fluevog shoes, tours mural exhibition

Murals of Gratitude exhibit includes at least one portrait of Henry alongside paintings of health-care workers

In troubled times: Independence Day in a land of confusion

Buffeted by invisible forces and just plain worn out, the United States of America celebrates its 244th birthday

Stop enforcing sex work laws during COVID-19, advocates say

There are provisions in Canada’s prostitution laws that make workers immune from prosecution, but not from arrest

Liberal party finished 2019 having spent $43 million, raised $42 million

All political parties had until midnight June 30 to submit their financial reports for last year

Most Read