Parksville Mayor Ed Mayne visits the PQB News studio. (Peter McCully photo)

PQBeat: New podcast launches with guest, Parksville Mayor Ed Mayne

PQB News expands multimedia operations

The PQB News has launched a new podcast, ‘PQBeat’, focusing on the people and issues important to our readers in the Parksville Qualicum Beach Area. For our first installment, VI Free Daily editor Philip Wolf and PQB News reporter Emily Vance sat down with Parksville Mayor Ed Mayne.

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