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Journeys

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

Charles R. Menzies on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Charles comes on Journeys to talk about culture, language and of course his new book “People of the Saltwater”. In People of the Saltwater, Charles R. Menzies explores the history of an ancient Tsimshian community, focusing on the people and their enduring place in the modern world. The Gitxaala Nation has called the rugged north coast of British Columbia home ... Read More »

Cathryn Wilson on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Cathryn Wilson is the Executive Director for the B.C Achievement foundation. She talks about the nomination process and its up coming deadline of June 30th. The Aboriginal Business Awards have celebrated the success of 75 businesses, joint ventures, First Nations’ communities and entrepreneurs since its inception in 2008. Read More »

Carrie Anne Vanderhoop on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Carrie Anne talks about the up and coming UBC credited curriculum course for “Reconciliation Studies” in partnership with the Haida Gwaii Higher Education Society. Also talks about the course already in motion in the neighboring community Skidegate and the benefits that have come with it. Read More »

Joyslam’s Rob Martan On Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Rob Martan lead singer of the band Joyslam discusses there new album “I Need Money”. Also talks about what it means to make continue to make music and the process it takes to make the album. Joyslam has a very unique sound, they’re a must check out Aboriginal Band. Read More »

Kym Gouchie on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

A self taught guitar player and traditional hand drum player, Kym Gouchie proudly represents the beauty and strength of her Carrier, Cree and Shuswap ancestors. She Talks with Kiefer Collison about her latest track ” In the Hearts of you and me”. That is dedicated to missing and murdered aboriginal women across Canada. Read More »

Jason Camp And The Posers on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Jason Camp and the Posers is the first ever all Haida Punk band coming out of Haida Gwaii and they are soon to embark on a Northwest tour starting in Prince George ending in Prince Rupert. Read More »

Janet Rogers Talks with Kiefer Collison on Journeys

Janet Rogers stops by the CFNR office to include them in her Radio doc NDNs on the Airwaves. But in this interview we get into the history of First Nations on the Radio. Read More »

Wild William Wesley talks with Kiefer Collison on Journeys about the ANBT

Wild William talks with Kiefer Collison about the up and coming All Native Tournament, also gives us a look into his history of the ANBT. William has been calling the games since 1986. This is a must listen to for Basketball fans everywhere. Read More »

Duane Howard First Nations Actor talks with Kiefer Collison on Journeys

We met up with Duane Howard at the Salmon Summit in Prince Rupert and dicussed his role in the hit movie “The Revenant”. Also give us his insight into the future of First Nations in the film industry. Read More »

Nakkita Trimble on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Nakkita Trimble talks about the significance of learning about your crests and stories before getting a traditional tattoo. Also the speaks about the journey of bringing back a Nisga’a traditional tattoo practice. Read More »

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