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Congratulations to our winners and the Cornering Gas podcast

This weekend, members of the Daybreak North team are being honoured for their work at the B.C. Radio Television Digital News Association Awards.Morning news reader Pamela McCall is taking home the award for "Best Newscast - Medium Market" and Daybreak producer Robert Doane and host Betsy Trumpener are receiving the "Dave Rogers Award: Long Feature" for their special series "Cornering Gas."

To celebrate, we are once again sharing the entire "Cornering Gas" series here, which you can stream online or download for later listening. "Cornering Gas" is an in-depth look at the shale gas industry and how it's affecting northeastern B.C. and beyond. Daybreak North co-host Robert Doane and CBC news reporter Betsy Trumpener hit the road to meet the people and places at the centre of the controversial industry. You'll hear from them, along with Daybreak host Carolina De Ryk in this award-winning series first broadcast in September 2011.You can find individual segments from this series, along with more photos at http://bit.ly/corneringgasonline.

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