Radio West with Sarah Penton
April 9, 2021: Food advocates are upset after a community garden in Prince George is bulldozed by the city; And the BCHL is parting ways with the Canadian Junior Hockey League.
April 8, 2021: The Province is giving grants to some hospitality and fitness businesses that have been affected by the most recent provincial health orders; And a volunteer with St. John Ambulance talks about what it's like at vaccination clinics.
April 7, 2021: If B.C. is a month behind Ontario, as Dr. Bonnie Henry says, what lessons can we learn now, before it's too late? And we get details on the completion of cell service along the Highway of Tears in northern B.C.
April 6, 2021: A Nelson restaurant owner voluntarily closes his patio during the long weekend as rude customers refuse to adhere to COVID-19 protocols; And a group of men rescue a moose that had been stranded on the ice near Binche for five days.
April 1, 2021: A Kamloops guitar shop owner starts off with an April Fool's joke pick that turns into the real thing that people want to order; A Williams Lake woman spots a rare white moose; And the winner of our reminders of home contest is announced.
March 31, 2021: The owner of a restaurant at Big White who hosted a non-covid compliant party apologizes and has his lease terminated; And a Nelson man tells the tale of naming three mountains in Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park after Lord of the Rings characters.
March 30, 2021: The youngest NDP candidate in the last provincial election calls for an apology after Premier John Horgan tells young people not to "blow it for the rest of us"; And Selkirk College pulls the pin on its men's hockey team due to budgetary restraints.
March 29, 2021: A Prince George woman says music is being weaponized against people for being homeless as loud opera music is played outside a drop-in centre for the city's vulnerable population; Stories about traveling abroad and seeing names that remind you of home.
March 26, 2021: Another driver comes forward with a story of being pulled over by a man impersonating a police officer near Lumby; And a plea from the Barkerville Heritage Trust for more funding from the province citing a $670,000 shortfall.