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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

Elizabeth Trimble full interview with Kiefer Collison

Elizabeth Trimble is the Program Coordinator of the Bladerunners program that is run through Tri-Corp, it works with at risk youth aimed to give them job skills and work placements. A very inspirational program run by an amazing individual. Read More »

DJ O Show Intro on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

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Kelli Clifton on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Kelli talks about recent art show, also talks about her time in the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art. Read More »

Journeys :: Lianna Spence

Lianna Spence is a young First nations artist, who is constantly challenging herself with different projects, which is leading her in the direction of becoming a Master first nations artist. Read More »

Journeys :: Matthew Smiley

Matthew Smiley is the Director for the documentary film Highway of Tears. He has been working on the project for the past 3 years and hopes to raise awareness and start important discussions around Missing and Murdered Aboriginal women. Read More »

Journeys :: Glenn Gould

Glen Gould is a award winning first nations actor who is also an extreamly talented musician. He talks about his career and also his new band Donna’s Boy. Read More »

Journeys :: Patrick Lucas : Aboriginal Mountain Biking.

Patrick Lucas is a life long mountain biker who has traveled the globe doing what he loves. He has decided to start the BC aboriginal youth mountain bike project. It is a program designed to get aboriginal youth out on their land to appreciate it in a fun way. But rest assure they take the safety very seriously and train ... Read More »

Journeys :: Janice Grant interview

Janice shares her experience at St Micheal’s residential school in Alert bay, also her experience of witnessing it being torn down. Read More »

Journeys :: Sid Edenshaw

Sid Endenshaw has had an illustrious career in the All Native Basketball Tournament, Edenshaw has been a part of approximately 20 championship teams over in four different decades and he has been named MVP a record seven times in three different divisions, being named Intermediate MVP in 1984, Senior MVP in 1985, 1988, 1989, 1994 and 1998 and taking the ... Read More »

Journeys :: Kasp

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