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    As It Happens | May 4, 2015

    They've walked the walk to prevent teachers from talking The Talk. Thousands of parents in Ontario kept their children home from school because they're unhappy with the province's new sex ed curriculum. We speak to Claudia Ruili, one of those parents

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    The Current | May 5, 2015

    Married for nearly 40 years, they saw each other through ups and downs and now she's standing by him as he transitions. Today, we bring you the story of change that at first triggered confusion and anger but also exposed fierce loyalty and enduring love.

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    Definitely Not the Opera | Apr 24, 2015

    Doctor Alberto Hazan was on a routine call: a construction worker had been cut on the job and needed a few sutures on his arm. However, it was what was beside the laceration that caught the doctor's attention - a large, red, swastika tattoo.

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    Writers and Company | May 3, 2015

    ​​​​​This week, ​more in ​​o​ur special series, "Re-imagining the Balkans: How the countries of the former Yugoslavia face their past and their future," with ​​​Sibilia Petlevski and David Albahari.

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    Metro Morning | Apr 15, 2015

    For many years, Yvonne Bambrick has been an advocate for cycling in Toronto. Now, she's written a book to get new cyclists on the roads.

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    Day 6 | May 1, 2015

    Jurgen Todenhofer spent 10 days embedded with ISIS in Iraq and Syria, and believes the West underestimates the threat they pose.

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Daybreak North - Meet the man who's suing the city of Prince George for putting fluoride in the waterMar 7, 2014 | 11:08Daybreak North Meet the man who's suing the city of Prince George for putting fluoride in the water Audio
Daybreak North Meet the man who's suing the city of Prince George for putting fluoride in the water Mar 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 North - Is this Terrace lake-jumper the coldest Winter Challenge?Mar 13, 2014 | 7:14Daybreak North Is this Terrace lake-jumper the coldest Winter Challenge? Audio
Daybreak North Is 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 North - What are we willing to sacrifice to meet our energy needs? A debate about Site CMay 9, 2014 | 10:27Daybreak North What are we willing to sacrifice to meet our energy needs? A debate about Site C Audio
Daybreak North What are we willing to sacrifice to meet our energy needs? A debate about Site C May 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 North - 3rd Avenue Chronicles Part One: A walk down memory lane in Prince GeorgeJul 2, 2014 | 7:46Daybreak North 3rd Avenue Chronicles Part One: A walk down memory lane in Prince George Audio
Daybreak North 3rd Avenue Chronicles Part One: A walk down memory lane in Prince George Jul 2, 2014 | 7:46We're starting our trip down 3rd Avenue in Prince George. Daybreak's Audrey McKinnon asks people hanging out on 3rd what the street means to them while Heritage Project Assistant Darcie Smith from the Prince George Public Library leads us on a historical
Daybreak North - Interview with Peter WeeberJul 23, 2014 | 6:51Daybreak North Interview with Peter Weeber Audio
Daybreak North Interview with Peter Weeber Jul 23, 2014 | 6:51Carolina de Ryk speaks with the Chief Administrative Officer at the Village of Queen Charlotte.
Daybreak North - Dodge Cove way of life threatened by proposed LNG terminalNov 29, 2014 | 8:00Daybreak North Dodge Cove way of life threatened by proposed LNG terminal Audio
Daybreak North Dodge Cove way of life threatened by proposed LNG terminal Nov 29, 2014 | 8:00The CBC's George Baker paid a visit to the residents of Dodge Cover to hear about the tough choice they face, live right next to an LNG terminal or get out of Dodge.
Daybreak North - Stewart, B.C. awaits new international portFeb 4, 2015 | 5:41Daybreak North Stewart, B.C. awaits new international port Audio
Daybreak North Stewart, B.C. awaits new international port Feb 4, 2015 | 5:41Amidst all the talk about ports in Kitimat and Prince Rupert, you may have missed the announcement about another international port in Stewart, B.C. — a small district of less than 500 people near the Alaska border.
Daybreak North - B.C. Nurses Union worried about overcrowding in Prince George hospitalFeb 6, 2015 | 8:31Daybreak North B.C. Nurses Union worried about overcrowding in Prince George hospital Audio
Daybreak North B.C. Nurses Union worried about overcrowding in Prince George hospital Feb 6, 2015 | 8:31B.C. Nurses Union vice-president Christine Sorenson is worried about overcrowding after a recent visit to the University Hospital of Northern British Columbia.
Daybreak North - Geoff de Ruiter builds tree house on Pender IslandFeb 19, 2015 | 6:55Daybreak North Geoff de Ruiter builds tree house on Pender Island Audio
Daybreak North Geoff de Ruiter builds tree house on Pender Island Feb 19, 2015 | 6:55PhD student at the University of Northern B.C., Geoff de Ruiter, built himself a home away from home in a tree.
Daybreak North - New research shows Gitxaala ate abalone 2,400 years agoMar 2, 2015 | 7:22Daybreak North New research shows Gitxaala ate abalone 2,400 years ago Audio
Daybreak North New research shows Gitxaala ate abalone 2,400 years ago Mar 2, 2015 | 7:22U.B.C. professor of anthropology Charles Menzies' latest research argues abalone have been part of the Gitxaala's traditional way of life, and has been for at least 2,400 years.
Daybreak North - Eulachon run draws big crowdsMar 16, 2015 | 9:55Daybreak North Eulachon run draws big crowds Audio
Daybreak North Eulachon run draws big crowds Mar 16, 2015 | 9:55The eulachon — a fish not totally understood by science or capitalism — is suddenly a star, as spectators have gathered in droves to watch the oily, shiny fish make their run down the Skeena River.
Daybreak North - Quesnel Museum keeps history up to dateMar 23, 2015 | 6:24Daybreak North Quesnel Museum keeps history up to date Audio
Daybreak North Quesnel Museum keeps history up to date Mar 23, 2015 | 6:24It's a busy year for the Quesnel Museum. Honey Affleck is the the chair of the Quesnel & District Museum Commission
Daybreak North - Justin Tse builds popular YouTube channel with online reviewsMar 25, 2015 | 8:16Daybreak North Justin Tse builds popular YouTube channel with online reviews Audio
Daybreak North Justin Tse builds popular YouTube channel with online reviews Mar 25, 2015 | 8:1617-year-old Justin Tse of Oak Bay, B.C. is capitalizing on the demand for online reviews of electronics with his YouTube channel, JTechAppleTV.
Daybreak North - City report comes under fire for its Comic Sans fontApr 1, 2015 | 9:23Daybreak North City report comes under fire for its Comic Sans font Audio
Daybreak North City report comes under fire for its Comic Sans font Apr 1, 2015 | 9:23Comic Sans may be one of the most publicly hated-upon typeface--so much so that even a recent City of Prince George report has failed to avoid ridicule.
Daybreak North - Ownership of Victoria Towers investigatedDec 12, 2011 | 9:21Daybreak North Ownership of Victoria Towers investigated Audio
Daybreak North Ownership of Victoria Towers investigated Dec 12, 2011 | 9:21The people made homeless by the Victoria Towers apartment fire, last month, are finally getting back on their feet. They've found new homes thanks to a joint effort between the province, the city of Prince George, and numerous community groups and volunteers. But conspicuously absent from those who helped these displaced residents out....the owner of the building they once called home.

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