Daybreak NorthFrom the Coast: George BakerFeb 12, 2014 | 8:01Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks to George Baker, our Prince Rupert, B.C. Associate Producer, who has reaction from aboriginal athletes about aboriginal logos and names in professional sports.
Daybreak NorthSurvey shows children with special needs leaving public school school systemApr 17, 2015 | 7:27An advocacy group is calling on the B.C. government to address gaps in the public school system after an online survey revealed more than half of polled parents have removed their children from school because their needs aren't being met.
Daybreak NorthSmithers mayor frustrated by lack of progress on so-called Highway of TearsMay 13, 2014 | 7:40In 2012, Missing Women's Inquiry commissioner Wally Oppal recommended the government "immediately" begin work on a public transportation plan. But municipal and First Nations leaders say there has been few meetings with provincial officials since then.
Daybreak NorthDog owner wants answers after dog disappearedFeb 27, 2015 | 8:33Brad Tanner, who believes his dog Choco was stolen, wants answers as to why there has been an increase in dog thefts in the North Peace.
Daybreak NorthAutism advocates say access to resources remain difficultApr 13, 2015 | 9:35One year after B.C. mother Angie Robinson and her 16-year-old autistic son Robbie died in what was deemed a murder-suicide, parents with autistic children say it is as difficult as ever to access support services in remote areas.
Daybreak NorthIs this Terrace lake-jumper the coldest Winter Challenge?Mar 13, 2014 | 7:14Terrace thrill seeker Quinn Barabash has just conquered the Winter Challenge. Barabash was challenged to jump into a frozen lake, but do so he had to drill through over thirty centimeters of ice on Terrace's Lakelse Lake. He told Andrew Kurjata about the
Daybreak NorthHome, part one | Kitimat: a community in upheavalMar 13, 2014 | 6:58Northwest B.C. is going through a housing crisis.
Too few homes, too many people, and prices that renters say are unaffordable. On this special series, we're exploring how an economic boom is affecting the people who call northern B.C. home. Our first s
Daybreak NorthWhat are we willing to sacrifice to meet our energy needs? A debate about Site CMay 9, 2014 | 10:27Recommendations on the future of Site C have been released. It points to economic benefits and environmental impacts. We spoke to people on both side of the issue. Ken Boon is a farmer who would lose his land if Site C goes ahead. Dan Miller is a former c
Daybreak NorthThe Story Exchange: Anna and the BearMay 12, 2014 | 7:17What would you do if a bear attacked your child? Anna Harrop found out the hard way. A camping trip in B.C.'s rugged Rocky Mountains took a terrifying turn when a bear came across easy prey - Harrop's 3-year old boy.
Daybreak NorthCan telemedicine solve the health care crisis in B.C.'s northeast?Jun 10, 2014 | 7:17In the midst of a doctor shortage in the Peace region of B.C., the District of Taylor is ready to accept new patients through a new clinic that practices "telemedicine".