Radio WestBC communities must look for transit savings, says ministerMay 12, 2015 | 6:17Transportation Minister Todd Stone sent a letter to all local governments this week outlining a cost-saving plan for transit. For more Rebecca spoke with Prince George councillor Jillian Merrick.
Radio WestPeople in Kelowna rally to legalize medicinal pot dispensariesMay 11, 2015 | 8:04People who want better access to medicinal marijuana rallied at Kelowna's city hall today. Rebecca caught up with Kaja Gjesdal who owns Okanagan Kaya Clinic and longtime pot advocate Dana Larsen.
Radio WestWhat would the flooding at Site C look like somewhere else?May 6, 2015 | 6:36A new interactive map imagines what the flooding proposed by the Site C Dam project would look like in other parts of the province. To find out more, Rebecca spoke with Richmond councillor Harold Steves.
Radio WestWilliams Lake mayor advocates for Mount Polley to resume operationsMay 5, 2015 | 7:28The province will now decide if it will allow Mount Polley to restart operations. Williams Lake mayor Walt Cobb has been encouraging people to write letters of support.
Radio WestCanadian Blood Services closes Prince George clinicApr 30, 2015 | 6:44Prince George is losing its blood donor clinic. Canadian Blood Services announced today that the office will close by June 1st. David Patterson is the director of donor relations for BC and Yukon.
Radio WestShould we change the way we approach death?Apr 29, 2015 | 6:29Stephen Garrett says it's time people start talking openly about death and dying. Garrett is a long time hospice volunteer in Vancouver and has been touring the province with a message.
Radio WestVeteran rides into Kelowna on cross Canada rideApr 28, 2015 | 6:33Quesnel army veteran Paul Nicholls rode into Kelowna this week. Paul is riding his horse, Zoe, across Canada to raise awareness about the difficulties veterans face after the return home.
Radio WestOkanagan women run back-to-back marathonsApr 24, 2015 | 6:30Imagine this. Six days. Two coasts. Two marathons. Five women from the Okanagan are set to run back-to-back marathons. To find out more, Rebecca spoke with marathoner Sandy Wike.