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A one-hour documentary show weeknights at 6, Kiefer Collison brings you stories and issues that affect First Nations and our region.

Tune in for conversations with community members and First Nations leaders on current affairs, cultural events, community initiatives and business development.

Towards the end of the hour is the Journeys Aboriginal Music Experience, a showcase of First Nations Artists and Bands from multiple genres and all across Canada.

If you have an opinion on any of the archives below, comment! We love to hear what the listener feels about stories.

Journeys is brought to you by Prince Rupert Port Authority

Kym Gouchie on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Kym comes on Journeys to talk about her latest album “Northern Shining Woman” and working with her daughter on a track. Amazing conversation with Kym, this is a must listen to Journeys. Read More »

District Avenue on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Adrieane Sutherland lead singer of District Avenue talks about there new album Epoich (epic). Read More »

Coastal Drifters on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Local Terrace Rock group Coastal Drifters talk about how their band came to be. And the roots of there family ties which inspired the name of the band. Read More »

Reid Skelton Morven on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Reid started his own company “MotivNations”. MotivNations Provides Self mastery workshops for Youth. Web & Media Services for business, and strives for developing indigenous economic self reliance. This is an inspiring chat with an amazing individual. Read More »

Kitsumkalum youth on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Hear the youth youth who were involved in making the song/music video “The Highway”. The issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and men is a very real and painful problem in our country. The highway of tears that stretches along Northern British Columbia is part of this story. Here is “The Highway”; a heartfelt ballad written and performed by ... Read More »

Raymond Edee on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Raymond comes on Journeys to talk about what life is like in Fort Nelson First Nation. He is also the Culture and Heritage teacher at Chalo School. Read More »

Lana Lowe on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Lana Lowe comes on Journeys to talk about the “Harvester Program” that’s happening in Fort Nelson First Nation. Read More »

Kathie Dickie on journeys with Kiefer Collison

Kathie Dickie comes on Journeys to talk about the issues and the history of Fort Nelson First Nation. Also she gives us a look into the creation of the Chalo school which her and her family were heavily involved with. Read More »

Violet Gellenback on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Violet is a Wet’suwet’en elder who was heavily involved with the making of Volume 2 of the Wet’suwet’en history book that was recently launched in Smithers. We have a great conversation about Wet’suwet’en history. Read More »

Gene Wolff on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Gene Wolff is a recognizable name if you’re an All Native Basketball fan, he has been tearing up the courts for years. But in those years there have been struggles and tragedy’s that he has had to overcome. Get to know the man behind the name, on this episode of Journeys. Read More »

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