Daybreak KamloopsArmchair Mayor - Kevin KruegerMar 13, 2014 | 8:56The Ajax Mine is the topic of this week's Coffee with the Armchair Mayor. Mel Rothenburger sits down with former Mines Minister Kevin Krueger.
Daybreak KamloopsNew KTTA PresidentMar 13, 2014 | 7:04BC Teachers and the provincial government are butting heads again. The new president of the Kamloops Teachers Association discusses what it could mean for students and parents.
The Early EditionMarch 13, 2014Mar 13, 2014 | 2:36:08Fair elections act, Milkshake murder, firefighters and density, Workplace, Vaccinations and God, UFOs, Casa Mia, Pattullo bridge, Mike Harcourt on DTES, Drone war ethics
Daybreak SouthNew UBC president Arvind GuptaMar 13, 2014 | 6:41The search for a new President and Vice Chancellor for UBC and UBC Okanagan is over. The university has named Arvind Gupta to succeed Stephen Toope. Professor Gupta will be UBC's 13th President.
Daybreak SouthMalaysia Airlines investigationMar 13, 2014 | 5:51The search continues for missing Malaysia Flight MH 3-7-0. It's been almost a week now that the plane went missing. For more on this story we've reached Marc-Antoine Plourde. He is a commercial airline pilot
The Early EditionFirefighters and densityMar 13, 2014 | 6:01As Vancouver builds up and density increases, are firefighters equipped to keep these new communities safe? We hear why they're sounding the alarm on high rise safety.
Daybreak NorthIs 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 NorthHome, part one | Kitimat: a community in upheavalMar 13, 2014 | 6:58Northwest B.C. is going through a housing crisis.
Too few homes, too many people, and prices that renters say are unaffordable. On this special series, we're exploring how an economic boom is affecting the people who call northern B.C. home. Our first s
Daybreak NorthHome, part two: an economic boom forces residents outMar 13, 2014 | 8:23An economic boom in B.C.'s northwest means lots of development, big money, and some residents being priced out of their community.
Daybreak NorthWhen a mother bear came out of hibernation, she and her three cubs went on quite the rideMar 13, 2014 | 7:23A family of bears is now hibernating in a Bulkley Valley refuge. A mother bear in Prince George came out of hibernation and, after an altercation with a dog, ran up a tree. Conservation officers had to tranquilize her, cut down the tree, and crawl into th
Daybreak SouthB.C.'s one hundred year old Water Act replacedMar 13, 2014 | 6:53B.C. is currently the only province that doesn't regulate it's water.
The act will introduce new fees for industrial groundwater and increase existing fees for users of surface water. John Janmaat is an associate professor of economics at UBC Okanagan.
BC AlmanacTeens and distracted drivingMar 13, 2014 | 18:30Teens and distracted driving. We hear the story of Heidi Cave, victim of a distracted teen driver and from Karen Klein, ICBC Road Safety Coordinator from Surrey White Rock.