Daybreak NorthMaking the perfect Pacific Coast chowder singNov 18, 2014 | 5:34Every year, top chefs from across B.C. pick up the ladle for the Chowder Chowdown in Vancouver. The event puts chefs before an audience to provide the most delicious soup of the season. But it's more than that for Prince Rupert's representative at the com
Daybreak NorthSomething in the water: A brief history of fluoride coming out of your tapNov 13, 2014 | 6:45Daybreak North's Andrew Kurjata takes a look at the history around the fluoride debate, ahead of a vote in Prince George that will decide whether the city will continue fluoridating its water supply.
Daybreak NorthWhen a little boy's bike was stolen, he thought it was gone for good. Then his mom saw this photo.Jul 7, 2014 | 7:06Prince George mother Lisa Haslett's son had his bike stolen from their carport on Canada Day. But what could have been a disappointing story turned into a "miracle".
Daybreak NorthKirk Gable thinks Prince George needs a Performing Arts CentreJul 7, 2014 | 8:28Daybreak's Russell Bowers speaks to Kirk Gable, the chair of the Prince George Regional Performing Arts Centre Society.
Daybreak North3rd Avenue Chronicles Part One: A walk down memory lane in Prince GeorgeJul 2, 2014 | 7:46We're starting our trip down 3rd Avenue in Prince George. Daybreak's Audrey McKinnon asks people hanging out on 3rd what the street means to them while Heritage Project Assistant Darcie Smith from the Prince George Public Library leads us on a historical