Rock the Talk with the Grand Chief
Wednesday - January 25th - 2019 Episode #1
Starting after the 10:00am CP National News, Grand Chief Peter Johnston and co-host Chuck Hendrie will welcome MP Larry Bagnell, Honorable Minister Richard Mostyn (Yukon's Public Service Commissions) and Yukon's Premier Sandy Silver to the first 2019 "Rock The Talk with the Grand Chief" episode.
"Rock The Talk with the Grand Chief" is sponsored by:
We at “Rock the Talk” would like to congratulate Mary Greenland on winning a new IPhone from our friends at Northwestel. Grand Chief Peter Johnston will be giving away another IPhone on this month’s show so tune in and listen for the three key words of the day and when prompted call 668-6676 for your chance to win.
“Rock the Talk” would also like to thank our other sponsors.
Big Bear on 4th Ave in Whitehorse for two monthly gift cards
Boston Pizza on 2nd Ave in Whitehorse for a $50 gift certificate.
(Premier Silver, Left. Sharon Shorty centre, and Grand Chief Johnston Right)
Going directly to the people. That's what Council of Yukon First Nations Grand Chief Peter Johnston is doing on his monthly radio show. He and co-host Dan Jones explore high level First Nations issues from the previous month. Combine that with wicked classic rock and awesome giveaways.
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