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CRTC Category: 
Cat 1
  • Tuesday 8-8:30am
  • Tuesday 2-2:30pm
  • Tuesday 4-4:30pm
  • Thursday 8-8:30am
  • Thursday 2-2:30pm
  • Thursday 4-4:30pm
  • Goshawk update: northern BC

  • On Friday, September 29th in Smithers, BC on Wet'suwet'en territory a new Totem Pole is being raised at Walnut Park E

  • For months northwest BC has been locked into a level five drought right across the region.

  • Food security (Jaksun Grice, Houston Secondary School Principal) and Wood (Michelle Ward, Canfor representative)

  • On June 13th of this year, two representatives of the Smithers Pro-Life Society made a delegation to Smithers town co

  • Crosswalks is a 2-part series hosted and produced by Madeleine Ghatavi.

  • If A Tree Falls, Part Two. By River Wilde.

  •  “If A Tree Falls - Part One”

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  • After years of challenges and the crippling impacts of three years of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare across Canada

  • Mike McDiarmid - School Board Trustee of SD54 is talking about the upcoming school year for SD54.

  • Today we speak with Statistics Canada Analyst about the increase in crime numbers what the story and trends the numbe

  • The third annual Peace and Unity Summit was held in Smithers this past week with many Indigenous delegates from acros

  • The Bulkley Valley - Witset Primary Care Network aims to connect the over 4000 "unattached patients" in the Bulkley V

  • Fisheries across the region have been active for nearly two months, and as sockeye and especially pink salmon see sol

  • PUBLIC HEARING FOR BYLAWS NO. 1958 AND 1959 Public Hearing for "Bylaw No.

  • Northern BC has been locked into a level 5 drought for more than a month and if major rain events don’t happen betwee

  • CANFOR communications official Michelle Ward and Houston BC Mayor SHane Brienen are speaking about the July 27th meet

  • We are half way through the this years salmon run and already there are some encouraging signs but also some troublin

  • Alex Freedman, Executive Director of the Community Radio Fund of Canada is speaking on Bill C-18 and how Canadian new

  • University of Northern British Columbia’s Professor Peter Jackson from the Faculty of Environment speaks about an air

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