Daybreak SouthFestival organizers say Boonstock is a go for PentictonJul 9, 2014 | 9:38The organizers of the festival met Tuesday night with members of the Penticton and Wine Country Chamber of Commerce and the media. The CBC's Jaimie Kehler was there and speaks with Chris Walker.
Daybreak SouthBoonstock questions heat up as festival nearsJul 8, 2014 | 6:26Boonstock organizers have been quiet since a security company pulled out of the music festival near Penticton. But Tuesday night they're to attend a public forum. Chris Walker talks to Campbell Watt, president of the Penticton Chamber of Commerce.
Daybreak SouthVernon likely dealing with pyromaniacJul 7, 2014 | 6:38Twenty suspicious fires in Vernon and the firebug is still at large.
A specialist in criminal behaviour talks to Chris Walker about who police should be looking for.
Daybreak SouthSecurity company pulls out of Penticton Boonstock festivalJul 4, 2014 | 7:48The controversial festival near Penticton is facing a major security setback. The company hired to do security for the festival near Penticton has pulled the plug on its contract and some people are worried like Penticton city councilor Katie Robinson.
Daybreak SouthOkanagan Nation Alliance on historic court decisionJul 3, 2014 | 9:39The Supreme Court of Canada has recognized the existence of aboriginal title. What will the ripple effects be? We hear from a chief of one of the member bands of the Okanagan Nation Alliance, Chief Robert Louie.
Daybreak SouthKelowna Rockets coach Ryan Huska goes proJun 24, 2014 | 7:28Ryan Huska is leaving the Rockets and moving to Adirondack because he has been hired to be the new head coach of the Calgary Flames minor league affiliate.
Daybreak SouthOkanagan Cherry growers celebrate Chinese dealJun 18, 2014 | 5:43It's sweetheart deal for B.C.'s Cherry growers. Canada has inked a trade agreement with china that gives growers more access to the Chinese market. We hear from one of Canada's largest cherry growers.
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.