Program Genre: 
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
  • On CICK NEWS today, we visit the Wet’suwet’en fisheries camp at Morice lake, part of a smolt trapping program to bett

  • Today on CICK NEWS we get an update about what has been happening on Wet’suwet’en territory out on the Morice River F

  • Today on cick news we speak with Jeff Walsh, a wild fire officer with the BC wildfire service about how crews in the

  • Sasquatch Stories Part 2 - Produced by Laura Guillon

  • Sasquatch stories Part 1 - Produced by Laura Guillon

  • Bulkley Healthy Watersheds Initiative

  • We dive into the recent announcement from DFO and the province of BC about more than $30 million in funding for 22 pr

  • SGaan Kwah Agang talking about the reclamation of Queen Charlotte (town) to Daajing Giids Llanagaay.

  • Today on CICK NEWS, we hear from Sean Sharpe about the wonderful magic of the Sandhill Cranes.

  • Today on CICK NEWS we speak with Randal Macnair, he’s the former mayor of Fernie and the current Elk Valley Conservat

  • Downtown Smithers Main Street construction project (Mark Allen)

  • Documentarian Kelly Milner (Not About Me) and Hellion Wheels (BV Roller Derby)

  • Today on CICK NEWS we dive into the All Native Basketball Tournament in Prince Rupert.

  • Lisa Grant and Tony Brady of the Haisla Nation about the Community Economic Development Initiative

  • Today we hear from Marleen Morris, co-director of the Community Development Institute at University of Northern Briti

  • live theatre is back in Smithers with What You Will (The Twelfth Night) by Smithers Secondary drama department

  • We speak with independent ecologist Karen Price about some confusion and misrepresentation of recommendations she and

  • Lilian Bramley talks about BC Youth in Care Program and Heather Berry talking about Hazelton's grade 11 class fundras

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  • RDBN new podcast producers Michelle Roberge and Megan D'Arcy and Shirley Hogan, CMHA Northern Health check in

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