CICK News

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  • Tuesday 8-8:30am
  • Tuesday 2-2:30pm
  • Tuesday 4-4:30pm
  • Thursday 8-8:30am
  • Thursday 2-2:30pm
  • Thursday 4-4:30pm
  • Nancy Cody What Matters In Our Valley Co-Chair

  • Today on CICK NEWS Salmon have returned to the Skeena Watershed, the river is full of life and as is the custom every

  • Today on CICK NEWS we speak with Matrtin Halsbaure, who appeared as a recent delegation in front of Smithers council

  • Today on CICK NEWS, we dive into the impact two years of covid had on the service industry here in northwest bc and w

  • Today on CICK NEWS, we dive into the impact two years of covid had on the service industry here in northwest bc and w

  • Part 2 Access To Abortion in Northern BC Dr Sheila Smith

  • Abortion services in the north and history part 1

  • Stephanie Anderson - curator (Northern Indigenous Perspectives) and Dustin Porter (Mt Layton Hot Springs Abandoned Pl

  • Today on CICK NEWS, we check-in with local journalist, Amanda Follett-Hosgood about her time reporting in the north a

  • Jonathan Boyed, a hydrologist with the River Forecast Centre of BC is here today to give us an update about potential

  • Today on CICK NEWS we check in with the Northwest Fire Centre’s Casda Thomas. Also on the show today, we catch up wit

  • iCount administrators and teachers on the last day of school.

  • Today we’ll hear from Molly Wickham, Slaydo, spokesperson for the Gidimt’en checkpoint about why they decided now to

  • On CICK NEWS, we dive into the current childcare crisis in Smithers and some concerned parents' attempt to save the M

  • Peter Morin and Penny Louie - hosted by Jordyn Morin

  • Future Fest, Valhalla Festival and Wetzinkwa Community Forest wildfire risk reduction plan for 2022

  • Dan Boissevain (Cycle 16) and Tina Daye (Midsummer Music Festival)

  • Bear awareness begins with YOU! As black and grizzly bears come out of hibernation, it's time to be vigilant.

  • The Haida Gwaii village of Queen Charlotte will be renamed Daajing Giids.

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