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News from northern B.C.

There has been plenty of news in Prince George and northern B.C. today. Here's a preview of what will be on our show tomorrow:

  • BC Crown Prosecutor attacked outside Prince George court (CBC News story)
  • Mounties who used taser on 11-year-old boy in Prince George not facing charges (CBC News story)
  • Continuing coverage of the Rodney Jackson shooting inquest (previous Daybreak North story)
  • Missing Women Commission of Inquiry's northern B.C. wrap-up
  • Reaction to the premier's announcement on the Wood Innovation and Design Centre (Daybreak North interview with Clark)
  • Plus, gaming grant reviews, the latest on Highway 37-A in Stewart, and the winners of our animal story contest!
That and more on Daybreak North tomorrow morning starting at 6 am Pacific Time.

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