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Daybreak North connects, challenges and champions Northern British Columbia. Host Carolina de Ryk presents memorable interviews and original journalism from Prince George to Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii to the Robson Valley, and the Cariboo to the Peace and Fort Nelson.

Daybreak North connects, challenges and champions Northern British Columbia. Host Carolina de Ryk presents memorable interviews and original journalism from Prince George to Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii to the Robson Valley, and the Cariboo to the Peace and Fort Nelson.

Location:

Canada

Description:

Daybreak North connects, challenges and champions Northern British Columbia. Host Carolina de Ryk presents memorable interviews and original journalism from Prince George to Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii to the Robson Valley, and the Cariboo to the Peace and Fort Nelson.

Language:

English

Contact:

250-562-6701


Episodes

Valemount clinic concerns

8/5/2022
Staffing issues could mean unpredictable hours and service at the local health centre

Duration:00:05:50

Vanderhoof Airshow prepares for takeoff

8/5/2022
A sneak peak at performers and safety plans as the event returns to the sky

Duration:00:07:36

Daybreak North August 5 - full episode

8/5/2022
We speak to the mayor of Valemount about the possibility of reduced operations at the local community clinic and get a preview of the Vanderhoof International Airshow which takes off on Saturday.

Duration:02:05:42

Back on the bus

8/4/2022
How far have bus services come in northern B.C. since Greyhound left and where do they need to go?

Duration:00:06:35

Daybreak North August 4 - full episode

8/4/2022
Find out about the Barkerville-shot Punjabi film that's an international sensation, explore what's happening to improve northern BC bus service, and hear from a Quesnel advocate about the barriers facing rural drug users.

Duration:02:05:45

Punjabi-language movie filmed in Barkerville

8/4/2022
A new Punjabi language film explores the history and struggles of South Asian Immigrants

Duration:00:06:56

Tackling toxic drugs in rural and remote areas

8/4/2022
A Quesnel advocate talks about the barriers facing drug users in smaller communities

Duration:00:08:03

Digging into Tumbler Ridge tourism

8/3/2022
A UNBC professor is researching ways to bring the community into the tourism spotlight

Duration:00:09:37

Daybreak North August 3 - full episode

8/3/2022
We chat with a parent of a child under five about COVID-19 vaccine for that age group, hear about a bumper return of some salmon off the BC Coast, and get a closer look at a tourism study focusing on one of northern BC's hidden gems.

Duration:02:06:16

Salmon returns

8/3/2022
Biologist Alexandra Morton on what might be behind strong salmon numbers off the BC coast

Duration:00:08:46

Vaccination consideration

8/3/2022
A first-time mom talks about her approach now that her 18-month old is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine

Duration:00:08:03

Wet'suwet'en mother and daughter translate Pope's visit for their nation

7/29/2022
Dolly Alfred and her mother, 82-year old, Susie Alfred, are translating the visit from the Papal delegation into the Witsuwit'en language. It's been an emotional and important task for the two day-school survivors. Dolly shares her experience with Daybreak North's Carolina de Ryk.

Duration:00:07:59

Gitxsan child advocate Cindy Blackstock has to-do list for Catholic Church

7/29/2022
With the Pope concluding his visit to Canada, some are calling for action beyond an apology. Child advocate and social worker Cindy Blackstock has written a list of things she wants to see from the Church to make their words more meaningful.

Duration:00:07:30

Hudson's Hope residents frustrated with water quality after Site C forced changes

7/29/2022
Frustration with the water quality in Hudson's Hope is boiling over. The community has had water quality issues ever since switching from surface to underground water and the installation of a new treatment plant in 2021. Mayor Dave Heiberg explains the situation to Daybreak North host Matt Allen.

Duration:00:07:51

Daybreak North July 29 - full episode

7/29/2022
Gitxsan child advocate Cindy Blackstock's to-do list for the Catholic Church, Hudson Hope struggles with municipal water system and a mother/daughter team translates Pope's visit in Wet'suwet'en.

Duration:02:04:54

Daybreak North July 28 - full episode

7/28/2022
John Brink on his new book on discovering he has ADHD, the importance of shade in keeping cities cool, the history of the doctrine of discovery and dealing with repeat offenders.

Duration:02:05:25

Forestry prof says trees key to keeping city's cool

7/28/2022
As B.C. deals with a heat wave, UBC forestry professor Stephen Sheppard says shady trees are an important way to keep people cool. He tells Daybreak North host Carolina de Ryk why.

Duration:00:09:08

ADHD diagnosis gives Prince George businessman answers

7/28/2022
John Brink arrived in Canada as an impoverished immigrant, and built up a well known forestry company. Despite the success, it wasn't until he found out about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder that his experience started to make more sense.

Duration:00:08:03

Why so many are calling for the Doctrine of Discovery to be revoked

7/28/2022
Pope Francis has apologised for the ways in which "many members of the Church" played a role in residential schools in Canada. But he has not revoked the Doctrine of Discovery. Shawnee and Lenape scholar Shephen Newcomb explains what that means.

Duration:00:10:37

Longtime Penny, B.C. resident explores new museum exhibit on his hometown

7/27/2022
Clarence Boudreau, 92, spent most of his life in Penny B.C. He explores a new museum exhibit on the former railway and forestry community with Daybreak's Jason Peters.

Duration:00:05:38