Wondering what the deal is with this year’s BC Assessments… what does it mean to get a high assessment? How does it relate to the taxes you pay? Why can one community have so much variation? When and how can you contest your assessment. Bill Dawson of BC Assessment joins host Manda Aufochs Gillespie to answer all these questions and more live this Friday at 1 p.m. on 89.5FM or livestream from cortesradio.ca.Continue reading Understanding your BC Assessment on FolkU Radio @89.5FM
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How can CKTZ best support its listeners during an emergency?
Cortes Radio is conducting an emergency communications survey, which you will find on their website.
“We’re trying to find out what the community wants in terms of emergency communication, and what CKTZ can provide. I think that it’s a really important project, so I hope that people will take the 30 seconds that it takes to fill out a survey and consider honestly what it is that they feel our community radio can offer them in a emergency event,” said CLIO FM, who’s in charge of this project.Continue reading How can CKTZ best support its listeners during an emergency?
Environmental issues in small Vancouver Island communities
In this edition of the Folk U Radio’s Reporters Roundtable, our journalists talk about environmental issues in some small Vancouver Island communities.Continue reading Environmental issues in small Vancouver Island communities
Reporter Roundtable: Fish farms and seaweed production
In partnership with Cortes Community Radio & Cortes Currents, Folk U Radio offered its first Reporter Roundtable: Fish farms and seaweed production.
- Binny Paul (LJI reporter for Campbell River Mirror),
- Rochelle Baker (LJI reporter for Cortes and Quadra Islands, National Observer),
- Roy L Hales (editor of Cortes Currents)
- and Ashley Zarbatany (Folk U Radio’s new political and climate commentator).
Folk U: Fish farms & Seaweed production
Continue reading Folk U: Fish farms & Seaweed production
In partnership with Cortes Community Radio & Cortes Currents, Folk U presented Cortes Island’s first reporter roundtable on Feb 21, 2021: fish farms & seaweed production.