Daybreak South | Oct 26, 2012 | 7:07

The Canada-China trade treaty: what you need to know

Canadians had five weeks to review a new trade deal with China that will last for the next 31 years. An international trade lawyer says the government is pulling a fast one on the public.

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Daybreak South - More Than One Way Home Part 2: Radical HospitalityMay 18, 2012 | 5:18Daybreak South More Than One Way Home Part 2: Radical Hospitality Audio
Daybreak South More Than One Way Home Part 2: Radical Hospitality May 18, 2012 | 5:18In the second of Madonna Hamel's faith and spirituality series she spent a couple of days with Rev. Karen Medland of the First United Church. She learned about the practice of 'Radical Spirituality' and the belief in being God's co-creators.
Daybreak South - Flooding washes away roads near Sicmous, B.C.Jun 25, 2012 | 6:25Daybreak South Flooding washes away roads near Sicmous, B.C. Audio
Daybreak South Flooding washes away roads near Sicmous, B.C. Jun 25, 2012 | 6:25The Shuswap and North Okanagan saw between 60 and 80 mm of rain over 36 hours this past weekend, leaving Steve Wowk and other residents of Swansea Point cut off after the flood washed away part of Highway 97A.
Daybreak South - Vernon man sets world speed record on longboardJun 26, 2012 | 5:44Daybreak South Vernon man sets world speed record on longboard Audio
Daybreak South Vernon man sets world speed record on longboard Jun 26, 2012 | 5:44Mischo Erban, of Vernon, has just set a world speed record - going 130 km/hr down a quebec highway on his longboard. He tells the tale to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
Daybreak South - Houseboats aid in Shuswap flooding rescueJun 26, 2012 | 3:43Daybreak South Houseboats aid in Shuswap flooding rescue Audio
Daybreak South Houseboats aid in Shuswap flooding rescue Jun 26, 2012 | 3:43Todd Kyllo and his houseboat company were part of a mission to rescue folks stranded when roads, bridges were washed out in Sicamous this week.
Daybreak South - Westbank First Nation in health care labour disputeJun 26, 2012 | 7:10Daybreak South Westbank First Nation in health care labour dispute Audio
Daybreak South Westbank First Nation in health care labour dispute Jun 26, 2012 | 7:10The Westbank First Nation is locked in a bitter labour dispute with employees at the Pine Acres seniors care facility. It's looking to cut costs by reducing wages by $4/hr and benefits for new employees, says the union.
Daybreak South - Interactive NFB documentary wins Cannes awardJun 27, 2012 | 7:38Daybreak South Interactive NFB documentary wins Cannes award Audio
Daybreak South Interactive NFB documentary wins Cannes award Jun 27, 2012 | 7:38A new documentary that tracks wildlife in this age of networks, surveillance, and digital information just won big at the Lions International Festival of Creativity. Director Leanne Allison talks about this unique project.
Daybreak South - The Moveable Feast Pt. 3: the art of laundry photographyJun 27, 2012 | 4:38Daybreak South The Moveable Feast Pt. 3: the art of laundry photography Audio
Daybreak South The Moveable Feast Pt. 3: the art of laundry photography Jun 27, 2012 | 4:38Photographer Kim McMechan takes Daybreak arts columnist Gillianne Richards through downtown Kelowna in search of an elusive subject: clean laundry pinned on backyard clotheslines. Gillianne refines her photography skills.
Daybreak South - Kamloops teachers rally despite tentative contractJun 28, 2012 | 6:13Daybreak South Kamloops teachers rally despite tentative contract Audio
Daybreak South Kamloops teachers rally despite tentative contract Jun 28, 2012 | 6:13Teachers rallied in Kamloops on Wednesday to protest chronic underfunding the school system, despite the fact that earlier that morning a tentative contract was reached between the BCTF and administrators.
Daybreak South - Province plans to drain Marshall LakeJun 28, 2012 | 6:03Daybreak South Province plans to drain Marshall Lake Audio
Daybreak South Province plans to drain Marshall Lake Jun 28, 2012 | 6:03People living near Greenwood, south-east of Kelowna, are lobbying to preserve the dam on Marshall Lake. The dam is owned by the province, but has fallen into disrepair. Now it says the dam will be decomissioned and lake drained unless the city takes control.
Daybreak South - Humane society asks for ban of rodeo calf ropingJun 28, 2012 | 5:29Daybreak South Humane society asks for ban of rodeo calf roping Audio
Daybreak South Humane society asks for ban of rodeo calf roping Jun 28, 2012 | 5:29Peter Fricker, with the Vancouver Humane Society wants ban on calf roping in rodeos across the country, asking rodeo organizers to drop the "sport" because hey says it is inhumane to animals.
Daybreak South - Ashcroft residents unhappy with new village sloganJun 29, 2012 | 4:48Daybreak South Ashcroft residents unhappy with new village slogan Audio
Daybreak South Ashcroft residents unhappy with new village slogan Jun 29, 2012 | 4:48The village of Ashcroft has changed its slogan from "Historic Ashcroft" to "Ashcroft - Wellness Awaits You." But that's not sitting well with some residents who feels the new slogan doesn't say anything about the community and should be changed.
Daybreak South - Flooding cancels Canada Day events in SorrentoJun 29, 2012 | 10:00Daybreak South Flooding cancels Canada Day events in Sorrento Audio
Daybreak South Flooding cancels Canada Day events in Sorrento Jun 29, 2012 | 10:00Flood waters have cut off access to local roads and sandbags are still in place, and that means Canada Day celebrations have been cancelled in Sorrento. We also hear from teenagers in Kelowna on their thoughts on being Canadian.
Daybreak South - Kids for Inquiry debunk UFOs and psychic tricksJul 3, 2012 | 8:06Daybreak South Kids for Inquiry debunk UFOs and psychic tricks Audio
Daybreak South Kids for Inquiry debunk UFOs and psychic tricks Jul 3, 2012 | 8:06The Okanagan's Centre for Inquiry now has a group just for kids, where they use reasoning and persuasive arguments to decide what they believe in, and debunk things like UFO sightings and psychics.
Daybreak South - Birds on the decline in CanadaJul 3, 2012 | 7:01Daybreak South Birds on the decline in Canada Audio
Daybreak South Birds on the decline in Canada Jul 3, 2012 | 7:01Canada's first bird study has revealed the state of our feathered friends, and it's not very good. It says almost half of our bird species are in decline - and 66 are endangered. Peter Davidson explains.
Daybreak South - Contaminated mining pond threatens to burst damJul 4, 2012 | 6:15Daybreak South Contaminated mining pond threatens to burst dam Audio
Daybreak South Contaminated mining pond threatens to burst dam Jul 4, 2012 | 6:15A decommissioned mining pond near Salmo in the Kootenays is swollen from rain and is threatening to burst through a cracking dam. Daybreak host Chris Walker talks with Jim Gustaffeson of the regional district.

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