Daybreak SouthSmoke renders solar panels useless at Boundary MuseumAug 28, 2015 | 3:55One of the Boundary Museum's buildings in Grand Forks operates solely on solar powers, but it's generated no power generated for more than a week because of thick smoke from wildfires.
Daybreak SouthQuebec man makes horse-drawn wagon trek to B.C.Mar 18, 2015 | 6:18When Pierre Cloutier's longtime girlfriend broke up with him, he decided to leave Quebec and head to British Columbia's Okanagan Valley in the same way pioneers travelled to the west in search of gold: by horse-drawn carriage.
Daybreak SouthPonderosa Festival cancelled due to Rock Creek fireAug 20, 2015 | 4:13Organizers cancelled the event, but we hear from a band that plans to go anyway and help the victims of the wildfire.
Daybreak SouthMan with one good leg swims Okanagan Lake for 50th b-dayAug 18, 2015 | 7:49Lots of people swim across Okanagan Lake. But how about the length? That's 135 km of water to tackle, and to celebrate turning 50, financial advisor Shayn Moritz did it over several days. He tells Daybreak South host Chris Walker all about it.
Daybreak SouthInterior Wealth: Franchise Bone and BiscuitApr 14, 2014 | 7:57From carpenter to pet store owner to running a franchise operation.
That's Lee Drescher's history. This Kelowna man started Bone and Biscuit, a pet food store, six years ago. But he didn't stop there.
Daybreak SouthWaterfront hotel developmentMay 13, 2014 | 3:36Kelowna city council likes it. Council got its first view of a proposed 24-storey downtown hotel for the city's waterfront. It comes from Edmonton-based Westcorp.
Daybreak SouthAn Iraqi students view of the violence in her homelandJun 16, 2014 | 8:15Raafa Abdulla hopes to use her education in Canada to become an advocate for peace her home country of Iraq. she speaks with Chris Walker.
Daybreak SouthWhy more and more university presidents are failing to complete their contractsAug 20, 2015 | 7:12The resignation of former UBC President Arvind Gupta is just the latest in what one researcher is calling a global trend among universities. Over the past 10 years, 18 Canadian presidents have resigned or been fired before the end of their term.