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Filmed inside the Prince Rupert hockey arena, this podcast highlights the sport and the port
Tyler and Shannon discuss wildlife and conservation officers, superyachts and the solar eclipse.
Tyler Portelance and Shannon Lough discuss the Quickclimb, Ridley Terminals’ AGM and more
Filmed in front of a tall ship at the public breakwater dock, Tyler and Nivan read the news
Tyler Portelance and Joey Jack talk about the end of Pacific NorthWest LNG and Udderfest with guests
Tyler and Joey travel back in time to the Intertidal Music Festival
The hosts discuss wildfires spreading across BC and how to avoid hitting a humpback whale in the sea
New look, new venue, new style with Tyler Portelance hosting the podcast in Prince Rupert
Tyler reunites with Kim in this Canada 150 special with guest Ken Shaw of Transition Prince Rupert
Lyle returns to host the podcast with Kim and a guest who addresses elder abuse in the community.
On the podcast, Kim and Lyle discuss Seafest, local heroes, sports and more.
A new format with guests rolling in to talk about Seafest, Janis Joplin and the Skeena River Relay
Seafest or Landfest, the hosts debate the sudden shake up of a 39-year-old tradition.
A preview on events this weekend, including Relay for Life, Smolt Fest, Bike to Work Week and more.
This week we examine end-of-life care, the crane arrival and the B.C. Annual Dance Competition.
For a special podcast we follow Tyler and Kim to the voting place for the 2017 B.C. election.
Park enhancements, soup bowls and autism awareness are all subjects on Prince Rupert’s podcast.
Earth Day, 60s rock and roll, oil slicks and pilots are all a part of this week's podcast with Kim and Nivan in Prince Rupert.
Is LPG the new LNG? Read through the news with Tyler and Kim on what is happening in Prince Rupert this week on the podcast.
Kim and Tyler talk about the infamous car wash rock on Highway 16, the LNG benefits agreements signed with two more First Nations.