Steve Little is a CFNR staple, and has been rocking your morning’s since 1998. Steve is well known in the Terrace area and can often be seen on stage ripping it up on guitar or bass, or deejaying at one of the local clubs or private events. He’s MC’ed Concerts in the Park for over two decades, and is president of the Kispiox Music Festival. Steve hails from Terrace BC, and has a love of animals and a passion for music, a true pillar in the community, teaching guitar and bass to aspiring young musicians. Wake up with Steve from 6 to 10am!
The man, the myth, the legend…Wild William Wesley! What can you say about a man who has been with CFNR since the dawn of time…or more accurately, 1986! This was the true beginning of CFNR, and Bill was there to set the wheels in motion for his own legacy and has become one of the most recognizable personalities in northern BC. Bill is adored by fans of all ages and is a huge part of the All Native Basketball Tournament, as an announcer, and was once a player himself! He hails from the Coast Tsimshian community of Lax kw’alaams. Join Bill weekdays from 10am till 2 for Wild William Wesley’s Coffee Break Show, you’ll probably hear his famous words, “I’m Wild William Wesley saying hang loose everyone!”
talking to cool people who share the same passion! She’s a mom, animal lover, environmentalist, journalist, and a vagabond with a passion for adventure! Her dream: lazing her days away in a hammock on a tropical beach listening to steel drums and drinking rum… ‘Hang’ with Ashley, weekday afternoons from 2 to 6!
Kiefer, an aspiring stand up comic and professional MC, is always cracking jokes and one-liners. In his words “My mullet will inspire a nation, and I’m proud to be a plus size hand model” Kiefer is passionate about the All Native Basketball Tournament and a big supporter of youth. He helped create the Haida Gwaii Youth Assembly, and is the youngest member of the Council of the Haida Nation. Kiefer is always looking for a new story to share on his show! Join Kiefer weekdays at 6pm for Journeys, keeping Aboriginal language, music and culture alive, and listen for his catchphrase, “love, peace and oolichan grease, Kief it Real!”