Fraser Focus

Fraser Focus – A fresh perspective beyond the bridge.

Fraser Focus is a half hour program that aims to tell local stories that are often overlooked by mainstream media. Hosts Dean Atwal and Leah Bolton, along with colleague Carmen Ruiz y Laza, engage with their communities on relevant topics to provide content fit for a national viewing audience. From cultural festivals to lifestyle news, Fraser Focus showcases what people from the Fraser region do, believe and feel.

Fraser Focus airs 4 times per week:
Premier episode Sunday at 9:00pm (PST)
Encore episodes: Tuesday at 5:00pm (PST), Friday at 9:30am (PST), and Saturday at 10:00pm (PST)

Watch the latest Fraser Focus stories:

A hard working, community member from the Surrey School District has been named Canada’s friendliest crossing guard!

Sitting high above Harrison Lake in beautiful British Columbia, Sasquatch Mountain Resort is home to a wonderful community. Fraser Focus profiles Snow Groomer and long time Sasquatch resident; Drew Lamb…

In an age where information is often shared with technology, aging Canadians in Langley have an opportunity to share their skills, knowledge, and life experience with youth…

Reports indicate that aging Canadians, who do not have close family or friends, rely on the support of voluntary services or social care. Videographer Dean Atwal reports on a local organization helping fight the battle of Senior Isolation…

The Langley School District is working with a local farm if efforts to provide therapy for both children and animals. Dean Atwal boots up…

Host Carmen Ruiz y Laza learns all about drive through flu shot clinics in the
lower mainland…

Fraser Focus also airs Tuesdays at 5pm PT and Fridays at 9:30am PT.

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