Joint Review Panel
Tuesday February 4, 2014
Sarah de Leeuw and Wil Cadell tackle Canada`s foreign spy service spying on Canadians, booze on the offer at Prince George hockey games and weather or not celebrity overdoses deserve as much reverence as addicts who die in the VLA.
Tuesday December 10, 2013
On one side is Hudson's Hope mayor Gwen Johansson. She lives near the proposed project, and opposes the flooding that would take place.
"There's not a lot of information out there about Site C. The strategy, I suppose, has been the hearings are only being held up here. There's been no opportunity for the people in the south to learn a lot about Site C and the impact of it on this valley. Proponents look simply at a dam, what we look at is a valley. And there is a difference between that."
Taking the opposite stance is former B.C. Liberal MLA Pat Bell.
"I think that the fight has actually been won already. If you look at what the public mood is, across British Columbia and the Peace, it's split between full support for the project, and support if it is done in an environmentally-sensitive manner... I think people get it's important to build for the future."
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Tuesday November 26, 2013
On today's Daybreak Joint Review Panel, UNBC professor Sarah de Leeuw and Carrier Sekani Family Services Executive Director Mary Teegee discuss whether women are any safer in northern B.C., racism, government spying, and who they'd like to shovel their driveway.
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