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Calling all Hot Shots!



Daybreak wants you to capture an image that says to you "summer's on its way."

Don't be tempted by pretty flowers or boats on a lake, look for the more subtle signs; Maybe a close-up of a red, stuffy nose (someone with summer allergies) or like Daybreak guest host Valerie McTavish's shot of a kid swimming in Okanagan Lake earlier this week....without a wet suit!

Get your photos in by Thursday, and on Friday we'll pick a winner and award a prize package! Send them to daybreakkelowna@cbc.ca

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Spring has arrived!

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(Clockwise from top left) Firpitch or sap thats dripped onto a steep bank along Cody Caves Provincial Park, road rosehips after a long winter, snowdrops and spring crocuses. (Photos contributed by Joe Hawes)

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Is this Spring?

It may be the first day of spring, but it certainly doesn't look like it across the Southern Interior. Here are some of your photo submissions:


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Capturing the cold

You've been submitting your photos of how you're loving -- or loathing -- this cold weather we've been having.

We'll select a lucky winner from the entries on Thursday, so stay tuned!


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News:

Oil-dependent community in Northern B.C. opposes pipeline



Many B.C. First Nations are strongly opposed to the Northern Gateway pipeline.

Consultations on the pipeline began Jan. 9 in Kitimat, B.C and one community on the North Coast stands on the front lines of the battle.

The CBC's George Baker travelled to Hartley Bay, a tiny village sits 145 kilometres south of Prince Rupert -- accessible only by plane or boat.

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Related:
Northern Gateway pipeline: benefits vs. concerns
CBC Feature page: The Northern Gateway Pipeline

 

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