Daybreak NorthPrince George RCMP say people should still avoid driving as warm weather creates iceDec 13, 2013 | 4:09A snowfall warning has ended in Prince George, but RCMP North District Staff Sergeant Pat McTiernan says people should still avoid driving.
Daybreak NorthOil and gas putting children in the Peace at risk, says UVic studyDec 13, 2013 | 7:34A new study from the University of Victoria suggests schools in the Peace region of northeastern B.C. are dangerously close to sour gas wells. Betsy Trumpener spoke to one of the studies authors, Tim Thielman.
Daybreak NorthIncreased train traffic takes Jingle Bell Express off the rails in Prince RupertDec 13, 2013 | 7:20For fifteen years, people in Prince Rupert have been able to take a short train ride with Santa Claus to get ready for Christmas. But now increased train traffic due to industry growth has thrown the tradition of the rails. Jingle Bell Express organizer D
Daybreak NorthSeniors and non-profits worried about Canada Post changesDec 12, 2013 | 9:45Canada Post is phasing out door-to-door delivery and increasing the price of stamps. Lola Dawn Fennel of the Prince George Council of Seniors, Tim Bennett of Prince George Big Brothers and Sisters, and Joanne McNeish an assistant professor of marketing at
Daybreak NorthCity worker strike looming in city of Prince GeorgeDec 11, 2013 | 6:45Union workers in Prince George could be on strike by Thursday afternoon. For his take, Andrew Kurjata spoke with Prince George's superintendent of operations Bill Gaal.
Daybreak NorthA village in northwest B.C. wants to ban ex-convicts from living in their communityDec 11, 2013 | 7:46Following a series of crimes, the District of Port Edward wants ex-convicts and people out on probation to be banned from their community. In a letter to B.C. Attorney General Suzanne Anton, council asks that anyone who has committed a serious crime be re
Daybreak NorthEnbridge's Janet Holder on Prince George, chainsaws, and lifting twice her bodyweightDec 10, 2013 | 11:03Janet Holder grew up in Prince George and then moved into the corporate boardrooms of Canada's power centers. Today she is back in Prince George, working as an advocate for a project she believes in. As vice president of Western Access for Enbridge, Holde
Daybreak NorthCranberry jelly research gets 16-year-old published in scientific journalDec 10, 2013 | 6:47A 16-year-old from northern B.C. is having his research published in a scientific journal today. Kiri Daust's research could have implications on climate change, local ecosystems... and his mom's jelly. He speaks with Andrew Kurjata.
Daybreak NorthJoint Review Panel: Pat Bell and Gwen Johansson on Site CDec 10, 2013 | 15:28Site C hearings are underway in Fort St John, so we convened a special edition of Daybreak's joint review panel. Gwen Johansson is mayor of Hudson's Hope and opposes the project, and former Liberal MLA Pat Bell supports it. They spoke with Betsy Trumpener
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.