Lorraine chats with guests around town about local happenings and history.  Second half of show is dedicated to covering issues related to the most recent council meeting.

Program Genre: 
DJs: 
  • Wednesday 3-4pm
  • Friday 4-5pm
  • Interview with three ladies born in Smithers: Daintre Ripple, Pat McCammon, Shirley Wright.

  • Interview witn Nola from the Quick Women's Institute

  • interview with Jen Corrigal, Usborne book consultant and her small son.

  • interview with Bambo, assistant manager at A&W

  • interview with Eileen Shorter and Harley Golder with the Back Country Horsemen

  • Interview with Dolores Alfred. She does a sentence/word of the day in her language, Wet'suwet'en.

  • Information on WI. Read a short history of the South Hazelton Women's Institute

    Council Briefs

  • discussion on genealogy

    council briefs - presentation by Fred oliemans with BV Search and Rescue

  • nterview with Nathan Penner

  • Interview with Doug Donaldson

  • Interview with Fay Van Horn, Glenwood Womens's Institute president

  • Interview with John Fisher

    Council Briefs: discussion around signs

  • Report by Mark Fisher, Area A Director

  • interview with Josette Wier re GMO concerns

  • Interview with Malcom Coupe regarding his poem - Farmers Poem

    Council Briefs: Discussion on the ice rink

  • Music Council Briefs: Councillors reports

  • Interview with Jackie Hoskins

    Council Briefs: Friendship Center Delagation

  • interview with Laurie Hooker, public relations firector for the Girl Guides.

  • presentation by Western Canada SAREX 

  • Viapanam interview, two men running for charity

    Council briefs: inappropriate public behaviour concerns

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