How To Be a Yellowknifer Podcast
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The How To Be a Yellowknife Podcast explores the stories of Yellowknife residents new and old. Listeners get to dive into the worlds of other Yellowknifers and learn how they moved to the city, what they struggled with, what they favourite part of the city are and why they love it so much. How To Be a Yellowknifer is a local tour and welcome package business helping new and prospective residents learn more about Yellowknife and become locals.
||CleanHow To Be a Yellowknifer: Kam Hogan||Kam Hogan is a Yellowknife Ambassador through and through but was also once one of those Yellowknifers who thought they’d only be here for a year. 6 years late she is still here. Getting her first glimpse of the Northwest Territories at the 2010 Va||12/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow To Be a Yellowknifer: Ollie Williams||Ollie Williams has a lot going on in the community for a guy who has only been in Yellowknife for 3 years. Be it his volunteering, business building or his familiar voice on the radio, he is getting things done.||9/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow To Be a Yellowknifer: Jess Dunkin||Jess Dunkin was lucky enough to first be exposed to Yellowknife, Whitehorse, and Iqaluit through a work contract. This was her first exposure to Northern Canada and while in Yellowknife, something just captured her.||8/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow To Be a Yellowknifer: Lorie Crawford||Aurora College, and by extension Yellowknife, is known for its nursing program. Turns out one of the people to spearhead developing that curriculum that now so well known and regarded is Yellowknife resident, Lorie Crawford. A registered nurse,||6/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow To Be a Yellowknifer: Annelies Pool||Annelies Pool, a resident of Yellowknife since the early 80’s, always knew she wanted to write a novel but knew it would take some time to get there. While working towards that goal, which she recently accomplished,||3/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow To Be a Yellowknifer: Michelle Peters||Michelle Peters, originally from South Africa but now calls Yellowknife home joins us on this episode of the How To Be a Yellowknifer Podcast. Michelle, her husband, Ryan, and their 3 children moved from South African to Yellowknife in 2013 for a job o||2/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow To Be a Yellowknifer: Shane Clark||Shane Clark, business owner, coach, and father, joins us on this episode of the How To Be a Yellowknifer Podcast. Shane’s family has deep roots in Yellowknife even though he wasn’t born here and didn’t grow up here.||2/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow To Be a Yellowknifer: France Benoit||France Benoit, a Yellowknife Farmer, joins us on this episode of the How To Be a Yellowknifer Podcast. Having been a Government employee, Justice of the Peace, filmmaker, non-profit organizer and now a farmer at an off-grid acreage,||11/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow To Be a Yellowknifer: Kiri Ashley||Kiri Ashley, a recent high school graduate, joins us on this episode of the How To Be a Yellowknifer Podcast. Having just graduated and entered adulthood, Kiri reflects on her 18 years in Yellowknife so far and why she enjoys it so much.||10/20/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow To Be a Yellowknifer: Carla Johnston||Carla Johnston joins us on this episode of the How To Be a Yellowknifer Podcast to talk about her time in Yellowknife. Working on her Masters Degree, Carla was in Yellowknife for a summer working with Ecology North and Yellowknife Farmers Market on dev.||9/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Great insight into Yellowknife
It is really neat to hear about Yellowknife from different people in the community.