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This Week Podcast – Episode 9

The Mayor of Prince Rupert Lee Brain makes a special appearance on This Week with Tyler and Kim.




Tyler Portelance and Kimberly Godfrey of MacCarthyGM read through the news headlines in the Northern View podcast “This Week.” In this episode, the hosts meet with the Mayor of Prince Rupert Lee Brain who discusses the city-led design initiative for 3rd Avenue, Seal Cove and city-held waterfront areas. He also explains the city’s involvement in acquiring more affordable housing.

Then, Prince Rupert Special Events director Joy Sundin speaks about Winterfest and the need for volunteers and floats for the parade.

The third guest is MVP of the week, Benjamin Punnett from the Rupert Climbers Club, discusses the climbing scene in the region and how to get involved.

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