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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
  • Quick Bridge Saga Part Two: interviews with David Gillespie, Bridget Gillespie, and Greg Young

  • Quick Bridge pt 1 - David Gillespie and Rena Gibson

  • New research is giving us a glimpse of what’s in store for western Canadian glaciers in the coming decades.

  • Sarah De Leeuw is talking about a new Undergraduate textbook to de-colonialize learning.

  • As we entre 2023 we continue with a look back at our work this past year.

  • Pam's Year in Review for 2022.

  • Year in Review 2022! Episode 1. 

  • Matthew Beedle on field studies at Coast Mountain College and Kathryn Boyd's grade 9 English class project called

  • Over the past few years on BC’s central and north coasts, a humpback whale known as Moon to researches and observers,

  • Taxi Shortage and Shames Mountain Adventures today on CICK News. Guests Christian Theberge and Will George.

  • In 1997, after years of litigation, the supreme court of Canada ruled on what is known as the landmark Deglamuukw-Gis

  • Crime rates in Northwest BC have seen a sharp increase this past year and businesses across the region are feeling th

  • Houston Emergency Services is looking for volunteers! Find out what it takes. Jim Daignault and Daphne Tofsrud

  • For the past 30 years Northern Society for domestic Peace has operated the Passage Transition house for women and chi

  • Crime rates across Northwest communities have seen a drastic spike in the past couple of years; break-ins, robberies

  • Sarah de Leeuw - UNBC Humanities Chair and co-editor of anti-colonial health textbook for undergrads

  • Today on the Scrum, 70 years after the development of the Kenny Dam and subsequent Nechako Reservoir to feed hydro el

  • Lisa Pineault Mayor of Daajing Giids

  • WW2 Veteran Lawrence Allen Kerr, Canadian Navy for Remembrance Day

  • In advance of Remembrance Day this Friday, we speak with Padre Doug Campbell of the 11th field regiment, now based in

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