Radio West with Sarah Penton
Jan. 20, 2021: The mayor of Fort Nelson reacts to the city losing its only passenger flight service; And Prince George students reach out with letters of love and support for a teenager in Mission whose violent assault was captured on video and widely distributed.
Jan. 20, 2021: Prince George high school students show solidarity by sending cards to bullied teen in Mission, B.C.
Jan. 19, 2021: BC's auditor general files a report that shows forest service roads are behind on maintenance and drastically underfunded; And a Saskatoon man cycles to Vancouver to raise money and awareness for the opioid crisis.
Jan. 18, 2021: The Canadian Civil Liberties Association on BC considering closing borders to inter-provincial travel; And a Penticton bylaw officer gets the Governor General Award for restraining a violent man suspected in a sexual assault.
Jan. 14, 2021: A constitutional lawyer weighs in on B.C. seeking legal advice on whether it can limit non-essential travel from out of province; And a vice-principal writes an official letter to the tooth fairy after a kindergarten student loses his tooth.
Jan. 14, 2021: Prince George school educator writes to tooth fairy asking for payments to her student who lost a tooth at school
Jan. 13, 2021: We check in with a Prince George physician who voluntarily closed a brewery he owns in order to try and curb the spread of Covid-19; And a new study shows parental leave could contribute to a drop in divorce rates.
Jan. 12, 2021: The mayor of Vanderhoof describes an ice jam that's threatening to flood parts of his community; A Revelstoke mom on what the last few months have been like with her baby after giving birth at the beginning of the pandemic with a case of COVID-19.
Jan. 11, 2021: The chief of the Williams Lake First Nation explains increased health measures after 12 cases of COVID-19 were recently confirmed; And health contributor Dr. Iris Gorfinkle explains side effects of COVID-19 vaccinations.