Daybreak NorthSite C not inevitable, says analystDec 9, 2013 | 7:51Matthew Evenden is a professor of geography at UBC who has written about Site C. He tells Betsy Trumpener the project is not "inevitable" and it is important for both sides to treat it as an open question.
Daybreak NorthTodd Whitcombe explains the science of SantaDec 6, 2013 | 5:57Todd Whitcombe is a professor in the University of Northern British Columbia's science department. He explains the physics behind Santa's magic.
Daybreak NorthNeed for food banks in Prince George growingDec 6, 2013 | 4:45Salvation Army Captain Neil Wilkinson speaks about the growing need for food banks in Prince George, and how his organization is trying to help people in need create five-year-plans for self-sufficiency.
Daybreak NorthRachelle Van Zanten performs at CBC Prince GeorgeDec 6, 2013 | 5:47For CBC's 2013 Food Bank Day, Francois Lake's Rachelle Van Zanten visited Prince George to play music and speak about giving.
Daybreak NorthFirst Nation band clarifies Spirit Bear vodka lawsuitDec 4, 2013 | 7:43The city of Terrace and Kitasoo First Nation band are taking an Okangan distillery to court over its Spirit Bear vodka and gin products. Larry Greba is the technical advisor to the Kitasoo Band. He explains why the band is going to court.
Daybreak NorthSteel construction industry challenges B.C.'s Wood First policyDec 4, 2013 | 8:25The B.C. government's Wood First policy is aimed at increasing the amount of wood used in the construction of government buildings. But Edward Whalen of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction says the policy is huring B.C. workers and taxpayers.
Daybreak NorthSmall business lobby group wants province to help in Prince George labour disputeDec 3, 2013 | 13:33The Canadian Federation of Independent Business wants the province to step in to help municipalities struggling to reign in workers' wages. Mike Klassen of the CFIB speaks with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata.
Daybreak NorthNew program provides homeless people with answering machinesDec 3, 2013 | 5:55The Metis Housing Society of Prince George is launching a new program to provide voicemail to those who don't have phones. The initiative comes out of the understanding that a lack of a phone number can be a barrier to helping people get off the streets o
Daybreak NorthKitimat converts old council chambers into homeless shelter with pet-friendly sectionsDec 2, 2013 | 5:14After plans for using trailers to create temporary homeless shelters fell through, the community of Kitimat decided to convert its old council chambers to a temporary housing project for the winter.
Daybreak NorthThe dangers of riding the railsDec 2, 2013 | 5:00Riding the rails isn't recommended. But today's edition of The Story Exchange has more on why it was a desperate choice for Mark Lowe. Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata introduces the piece produced by Shaam Semere.
Daybreak NorthHIV stigma still exists in northern B.C. says advocateNov 29, 2013 | 8:39Vanessa West is the Executive Director at Positive Living North, an organization providing support to people living with HIV/AIDS in northern B.C. She says while progress on treating and understanding the disease has been made, people diagnosed with HIV/A