Daybreak KamloopsPainted Pony Cafe in Kamloops serves up Aboriginal fareDec 17, 2014 | 7:12When the doors opened at the Painted Pony cafe in Kamloops, it was the realization of a dream 20 years in the making.
Daybreak KamloopsDon't feed wild animals in KamloopsDec 17, 2014 | 5:48In this season of giving
some people become a bit more generous when it comes to feeding wild animals.
A little food for the deer,
a handful of seeds for the ducks,
maybe some kitchen scraps for the local coyotes.
But that generosity ma
Daybreak KamloopsOnly First Nations restaurant in Kamloops opens its doorsDec 17, 2014 | 8:45Indian Tacos, Elk Stew, Deer Steak, Turtle Burgers and of course Bannock.
The food at Kamloops' newest café is traditional First Nations.
The recipes have been passed down from the elders of elders.
The artwork on the walls is First Nations
Daybreak KamloopsInmate program in the Cariboo gives back through hand-made Christmas giftsDec 15, 2014 | 4:39A truck load of handmade wooden toys...
.... knitted hats, mittens, and scarves is on the way to Williams Lake this morning.
They are presents for people in need.
And they come from a source you might not expect.
Daybreak KamloopsMore than 75 per cent of Kamloops online students won't completeDec 15, 2014 | 4:47For online students in Kamloops, more than 75 per cent won't complete highschool.
This is the conclusion of a report about Kool School, going to the Kamloops School District tonight.
To explain, I've reached superintendent Karl deBruijn.
Daybreak KamloopsNature Conservancy of Canada gets an A from MoneysenseDec 15, 2014 | 4:47The Nature Conservancy of Canada received an A for being thrifty. Moneysense magazine ranked them the top environmental charity in the country. Linda Hannah is the Regional Vice President.
Daybreak KamloopsBalbar murder trial continues in KamloopsDec 11, 2014 | 10:18A Kamloops murder trial is now in the hands of a jury.
Some of what you're about to hear may be graphic.
Ten years ago, Robert Balbar killed his girlfriend with blows from a hammer.
The body of Heather Hamel was later found flo
Daybreak KamloopsRun, walk or hike everyday in December- Dirty Feet Challenge in KamloopsDec 11, 2014 | 4:40Have you put away your outdoor runners for the season?
A running group in Kamloops wants you to get them out,
And get them dirty.
Dirty Feet is a trail running series throughout the year.
And for the month of December, they want you to run
Daybreak KamloopsClaire Trevena- BC highway conditionsDec 11, 2014 | 8:37Since the middle of November,
15 people have died in car crashes in the Thompson and Okanagan regions.
The BC Coroner's service issued a special warning about that yesterday.
Barb McLintock is their spokesperson.
Daybreak KamloopsAnother nurse attacked in kamloopsDec 10, 2014 | 9:14The BC Nurses Union wants better security at the Hillside psychiatric unit in Kamloops.
The call comes after a nurse was attacked last Sunday.
Gayle Duteil is president of the BC Nurses Union.
Daybreak KamloopsAshcroft anticipating boost in tourism through new travel centreDec 10, 2014 | 3:45The Ashcroft Indian Band
is celebrating its brand new, 4 million dollar Travel Centre
on the Trans-Canada Highway.
Daybreak called up Chief Greg Blain
to tell us all about it.
Daybreak KamloopsTodd Stone responds to concerns over highway road conditions around KamloopsDec 9, 2014 | 10:55We've been hearing a lot of complaints about the winter roads in BC.
Not enough plowing, Not enough sanding.
Too many accidents - that could have been avoided.
Yesterday we spoke with a pilot truck driver from Logan Lake.
Daybreak KamloopsCanadians adding to heavy debt load through holidays spendingDec 9, 2014 | 5:27The holidays are almost here.
Followed 30 days later by the credit card bills.
The average Canadian will add 15 hundred dollars to their debt over the holidays.
That's on top of the 20-thosand dollars the Average person already owes.
Daybreak KamloopsInterior Health addresses Merritt residents' concerns over proposed bio waste plantDec 8, 2014 | 4:12Sewer sludge from Kelowna and Abbotsford.
Trucked to the Nicola Valley and dumped as bio waste onto a farmer's field.
It's an idea that's turning stomachs on Miller Road.
The neighbours there don't want a 320 acre parcel on a hill above their ho
Daybreak KamloopsKamloops Drifters introduce women to Canada's gameDec 8, 2014 | 5:29Hockey can be a pretty aggressive sport.
But the welcoming atmosphere keeps people coming back.
...Whether it's attracting semi-professionals, or those who've never skated before.
They're called the Kamloops Drifters.
It's a women's drop-in hoc