Radio West | Jan 4, 2013 | 4:30

The Coquihalla versus the Canyon

How do you get down to the coast from the interior? Highway 3? 5? 1? One man who works in the Fraser Canyon is doing what he can to make sure you choose highway 1. Riley Forman is a tourism marketer based in Hope. He runs a website called getoffthecoq.com, and a twitter account called @CoqFree. He joined Radio West host Rebecca Zandbergen.

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