A lively conversation with Quesnel mayor Bob Simpson about the importance of the towns iconic gold pan and its significance to the town.
Students looking for information on the impending strike going on between the UNBC faculty association and the UNBC administration will find this useful.
Host Brittany Lank chats with Community Development Coordinator Jane Gauthier and Childcare Manager Brittany Harrington about what they do at BBBS, what their number one wish in the whole world would be, and everything else that distracts them along the way!
More great music comes your way tonight - the four season themes: Daimh, the Scot Trad focus album Cruinneachadh Chaluim, TIR, and PG’s very own Kym Gouchie! More great music on top of that so be sure to tune in!
Host Brittany Lank does a solo podcast about her history with BBBS, cats vs. dogs, and why PG is the place to be, so that you can get to know a little bit more about the voice behind the podcast!
This week, on Culture Confluence, I sit down with Dara Campbell from the Prince George Public Interest Research Group, or PG PIRG, and Jordan Harris and Kelsey Callewaert from the POUNDS project. For those unfamiliar, POUNDS stands for Preventing Overdose, Undoing Stigma. So far, this podcast has focused primarily on the arts and artists contributions to Prince George’s cultural backdrop. But as Clayton Gauthier talked about in Episode 9, culture is more than the sum of its artistic outputs. The PG PIRG, a student-led organization on campus, and the POUNDS project, a peer-driven, downtown situated organization, are different in any number of ways but, as can be heard in this exchange, there are shared goals and motivations when it comes to action.
PG PIRG AGM - Nov 4th at UNBC, April Price Board Room
An interview with UNBC students about their thoughts on the recent Federal Election
A new season theme debuts tonight! I will be showcasing the powerful voice of Kym Gouchie, a local singer-songwriter from the Lleidli T’enneh First Nation in the Prince George area. Also, tune in for great tunes from Julie Fowlis, Jocelyne MacDonald, Jocelyn Pettit and more!