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Daybreak North with Carolina de Ryk

Every morning on Daybreak we champion and challenge the north with memorable interviews and original journalism that connect our listeners from Quesnel to Fort Nelson to Haida Gwaii to the Robson Valley, and all points in-between.

  • 10:51
    The federal government is stepping in to help fight wildfires in B.C. after receiving a request from the province. But many in the Bulkley-Nechako region feel they've been overlooked. Carolina de Ryk speaks to forests minister Doug Donaldson.
    Aug 14, 2018
  • 02:06:18
    Fire updates; tech-savvy health care; paid leave for domestic abuse survivors; fire frustration in northwestern B.C.; new research on shaken baby syndrome; Saudi students leaving UNBC studies; salt and health; invasive minnows in Prince George.
    Aug 14, 2018
  • 02:06:16
    A cannabis vet on medicinal marijuana and dogs; An economic crisis in Turkey has rocked global stock markets and currencies; Terrace's Kermode Frienship Society is finishing up its new building; Bulkley-Nechako Regional District board chair Bill Miller on forest fires; Prince George gets ready to welcome evacuees; A national advisory council on a possible national pharmacare program; New elder's housing in Prince George; Crooked Leg Ranch animal rescue in Quesnel prepares for fires; five-time slo-pitch champion representing Prince George.
    Aug 13, 2018
  • 06:33
    The CBC's George Baker gets a tour of the new 9,000 square feet Kermode Friendship Society's centre in Terrace.
    Aug 13, 2018
  • 01:59:14
    A pioneering farming family in the Okanagan turns his soil over to cannabis; A new study shows we are at risk of entering "Hothouse" conditions. A climate researcher tells us what to expect from a Hothouse Earth; We find out how big of an impact Saudi Arabia's feud with Canad has on international students at a local College; When wildfires are raging near your community, where do you turn to stay informed? For many people throughout the province, the answer is a Facebook group run by a small group of community volunteers; As fires rip through buildings in Telegraph Creek, we get an update on the ever growing Alkali Lake fire; Say goodbye to Sandy Hook conspiracies, interdimensional warfare and the communist Hilary demons. Alex Jones is banished from social media;We check with the BC Wildfire service on other wildfires burning in the province
    Aug 8, 2018
  • 04:23
    The CBC's Andrew Kurjata speaks to pilot Chris Baldwin about his 1938 Tiger Moth biplane, flying the skies of northern B.C.
    Aug 3, 2018
  • 05:55
    Terrace Mayor Carol LeClerc speaks with Daybreak guest host Audrey McKinnon about the increased use of drugs at the city's new waterpark.
    Aug 3, 2018
  • 06:48
    Did you know someone once flew between Vancouver and Vanderhoof upside-down, setting a world record? Guest host Audrey McKinnon speaks to Tom Bulmer about the history and future of the Vanderhoof International Airshow.
    Aug 3, 2018
  • 05:50
    Jenny McDougall knows from personal experience that when you are homeless and struggling with addiction, it can be tough to feel like you belong. Now, she's started a program that helps people going through the same issues find employment and bridge divides by cleaning up needles throughout Quesnel.
    Aug 3, 2018
  • 02:06:18
    Indigenous science camp; deal struck on the future of Galore Creek gold mine; Di Golding reviews live-action version of Winnie The Pooh 'Christopher Robin'; three-storey cinema set up in Prince George park; Terrace tries to crack down on drug use at city waterpark; wheelchair car; Terrace's Kermode Friendship Society moves into a new building; former drug addict trying to break down barriers in Quesnel with Clean Team program; Vanderhoof International airshow preview and no brakes, no roof, no problem-- a flight with a World War II-era training plane now flying the skies of northern B.C.
    Aug 3, 2018
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