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: 
  • Wednesday 3-4pm
  • Friday 4-5pm
  • 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

  • interview with the Sip and Stitch group, Telkwa

    Council Briefs - discussion on the outdoor ice rink

  • Interview with Miriam Botten, 21:56 minutes

    Council Briefs, presentation from Laura Bolster, 18:40 minutes

  • interview with Sherry Nielsen from Nielsen Framing and Gallery

  • interview Toby Moisey

    Coumcil Briefs played Mobile Vendor discussion

  • interview with Liz Galenzoski from the ReFed Party

    Council Briegs, played item on water use

  • interview with Andy Stalker speaking about The Lions group 

  • interview with Mike Sawyer, information on his Net-Zero construction.  

  • interfiew with Dave Stephens, information on the Airshed Management Society

  • Interview with Heather Gallegar from the Chamber of Commerce, a general overview of the Trade Show, Alpine Al and upc

  • Uke Group. Interview with members of the Uke Group. 28:08 minutes

  • Interview with Ron Stephens

  • interview with Jim Senka on co-housing 26:14 minutes

  • interview with walter bucher on trail running

  • two old women sitting on the porch discussion issues

    Caravan Food Truck discussion

  • Interview with the Genealogic Society

    Council Briefs: Alpine Al discussion

  • Interview with Will, the Library computor tutor

    Council Briefs listened to Mayor's report

  • Interview with Scott who is with BV Bowmen

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