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  • Tuesday 8-8:30am
  • Tuesday 2-2:30pm
  • Thursday 8-8:30am
  • Thursday 2-2:30pm
  • Dr Jong Kim, Chief Medical Health Officer for Northern Health on a change in approach at getting more people vaccinat

  • Terrace council election winner Dave Gordon and election officer Kathy Jackson on a pandemic byelection.

  • Director of Conservation North Michelle Connolly on the Seeing Red Project and language in forestry.

  • Researcher Susan Miller on 2018 wildfire season. The BC Timber Sales liaison is speaking with the Bulkley Valley Rese

  • Nathan Cullen, Stikine MLA and Minister of State, on Gitxsan fishing ban & future of rules on how we use land in

  • Minister for Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation Murray Rankin on land transfer agreement with Lake Babine Nation

  • Smithers Library board chair Wally Bergen on new $14-million culture centre. Dr.

  • Gitxsan hereditary chief Gwiiyeehl Brian Williams on Gitxsan non-Indigenous fishing ban.

  • Terrace council candidate Alexander Pietralla.

  • Terrace councillor candidates Dave Gordon and Joely Viveiros.

  • Rosemary Ommer, retired executive director of Coasts Under Stress, an organization in Canada working to raise awarene

  • BC Minister for Indigenous Relations & Reconciliation Murray Rankin on Wet'suwet'en negotiations.

  • Wet'suwet'en hereditary Chief Woos on $ from the Province meant to unify, and protest possibilities with Coastal GasL

  • Sea Change Ep 5 - Eva Hill.

  • Shelly Crack, Northern Health Community Dietitian on Hai
  • Giving up gold for newly protected land in Tahltan territory with Skeena Resources CEO Walter Coles & Tahltan pre

  • Bulkley-Nechako Chair Gerry Thiessen and Saik'uz First Nation's Jackie Thomas on working together to solve a 70-year-

  • Skeena Resources VP Justin Himmelright on Tahltan $5-million deal and gold mine approaching assessment phase.

  • People who own some of your fave restaurants and pubs in northwest BC talk about the latest indoor Covid shutdown.

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