Daybreak KamloopsImperial Metals meets with Likely residents on water quality and clean upAug 28, 2014 | 9:31Imperial Metals, the company behind the Mount Polley Mine spill, made itself available for questions last night.
And the residents of Likely came with plenty.
A meeting was held at the Likely Community Hall.
At last night's meeting was Spencer
Daybreak KamloopsDry tailings stack versus wet tailings pondAug 28, 2014 | 6:12The spill at the Mount Polley mine has left many British Columbians questioning the risks of tailings ponds.
According to the province's Ministry of Energy and Mines, the spill wasn't an isolated case.
Daybreak KamloopsKamloops grade 12 students speak up on teacher's strikeAug 27, 2014 | 8:16We've heard the teachers concerns.
Class size, composition, salary and cuts.
We've heard from the negotiator and the government too.
This morning, we're going to hear from those who may be most affected by the strike.
Daybreak KamloopsSecwepemc encampment gathers at Mount PolleyAug 27, 2014 | 5:54Members of the Secwepmc First Nation are keeping a close watch on the aftermath of the Mount Polley mine spill.
They're gathering what they say is their own research and information.
And where better to do that, than from the site itself.
Daybreak KamloopsMary Ellen Turpel Lafond- A national strategy to support aboriginal youthAug 26, 2014 | 8:14The stories are all over the news:
The death of 15 year old Tina Fontaine in Winnipeg.
25 year old Samantha Paul's remains were discovered at White Lake near Kamloops.
The number of missing or murdered Aboriginal women continues to grow in this coun
Daybreak KamloopsWest Nile Virus found in Cache Creek horsesAug 26, 2014 | 4:37Two horses in Cache Creek have active infections of West Nile Virus.
It's the first case in BC found in the past few years.
For more, I've reached Doctor John Twidale.
He's with the Society of BC Veternarians.
Daybreak KamloopsKamloops teachers back on the picket lineAug 25, 2014 | 6:00September approaches, but still no progress on the teachers dispute. We'll hear from the president of the Kamloops teachers association.
Daybreak KamloopsCoffee with the Armchair Mayor and Mark TowheyAug 25, 2014 | 6:40A summertime coffee with the armchair mayor. Rob Ford's former Chief of Staff is in town. Mark Towhey grew up in Kamloops. He joined Mel Rothenburger on the patio to talk local civic politics.
Daybreak KamloopsMarty Hastings- Blazers look to bounce back from worst season everAug 22, 2014 | 4:16Blazer fans may have wiped last season from their memories... it was the worst in franchise history.
This morning we're reminding you of the season and talking about what to expect this year.
Blazers training camp starts today.
Daybreak KamloopsRunning late for school- Fassbender on mediationAug 22, 2014 | 8:55Students and parents are anxious to know whether the school year is going to begin on time.
There has been little in the way of news about negotiations between B.C. teachers and the provincial government.
Daybreak KamloopsElaine Chau- Grumpy cat investigationAug 22, 2014 | 5:37She's one of the most feted felines in the world...
Grumpy Cat, is filming a Lifetime movie in Vancouver.
It's called..."Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever".
((Dramatic Pause + sigh?))
The internet cat sensation has over 200 thousand follower
Daybreak KamloopsMinister Mary Polak- more reviews of Mount PolleyAug 21, 2014 | 7:44In the last few weeks, environmental concerns about mining have overshadowed any focus on economic activity.
Since the massive tailings pond spill at Mount Polley, the B.C. government has announced two reviews.
Daybreak KamloopsBC Wildlife Park- Grizzly Bear releaseAug 21, 2014 | 5:42Many of us heard the story about a small, starving orphaned grizzly bear.
They called him Littlefoot.
Last week he was released back into the wild near Fernie.
We started to wonder how successful his release might be.