Daybreak NorthWhen focusing on the positives of northern B.C. becomes a bad thingMar 14, 2014 | 8:33In just a few days, the Facebook page Hell Yeah Prince George has gained over seven thousand members. It has just one rule: any negative posts will be deleted. But some people worry that focusing on nothing but the positives can actually be negative.
Daybreak NorthHome, part three: landlord rightsMar 14, 2014 | 11:15We continue to examine the housing crisis in northern B.C. in our special series "Home." In this segment, we find out what rights landlords have, and what it means for renters.
Daybreak NorthHome, part four | Federation of Canadian Municipalities interviewMar 14, 2014 | 7:49As part of our examination of the housing shortage in northern B.C., George Baker interview Brock Campbell of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
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 NorthHome, part two: an economic boom forces residents outMar 13, 2014 | 8:23An economic boom in B.C.'s northwest means lots of development, big money, and some residents being priced out of their community.
Daybreak NorthWhen a mother bear came out of hibernation, she and her three cubs went on quite the rideMar 13, 2014 | 7:23A family of bears is now hibernating in a Bulkley Valley refuge. A mother bear in Prince George came out of hibernation and, after an altercation with a dog, ran up a tree. Conservation officers had to tranquilize her, cut down the tree, and crawl into th
Daybreak NorthCoroner's inquest hopes to uncover the full truth behind fatal Burns Lake Mill explosionMar 11, 2014 | 6:11B.C.'s chief coroner Lisa Lapointe has announced she will be personally overseeing an inquest into the fatal Burns Lake mill explosion and fire that took place in 2012.
Daybreak NorthMeet the man who's suing the city of Prince George for putting fluoride in the waterMar 7, 2014 | 11:08The city of Prince George is facing a class action lawsuit arguing the city's flouridated water can cause a degenerative dental disease known as dental fluorosis. Kevin Millership is behind the lawsuit. He speaks with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata
Daybreak NorthWhy do local hockey fans want the Prince George Cougars to be sold?Mar 4, 2014 | 9:24Rumours are spreading that the WHL team the Prince George Cougars are about to be sold. Though the team's current owners are denying the sale, a number of people in the city are reacting with excitement. To explain why, former sports reporter Alistair McI
Daybreak NorthImprovements promised for Valemount bus serviceMar 3, 2014 | 5:48Valemount can celebrate a small victory when it comes to Greyhound bus service. Improvements to service are being considered., such as relocating the pickup area and providing information on This comes after representatives from the Valemount Chamber of C