Daybreak KamloopsKamloops Barter Kings is trading upSep 30, 2014 | 7:17She was probably meant to be doing some other work for our Daybreak morning show.
Instead, our Associate Producer Samantha Garvey was on Facebook.
But that's when she came across quite an interesting Facebook group.
So she joined.
Daybreak KamloopsVancouver residents with above average salaries priced out of marketSep 30, 2014 | 4:35A former Kamloops resident says her situation in Vancouver is "hopeless"
She's trying to find a new home for her growing family.
But Vancouver real estate is out-of-reach.
Carla Gibbon's story was featured in the Vancouver Sun this weekend.
Daybreak KamloopsKamloops School Board reviews the first week back to schoolSep 29, 2014 | 8:02Yes, it is the second week of back-to school.
How did the first week go?
Here's what we heard from some Sahali Secondary students
... on Friday afternoon.
Daybreak KamloopsRyder Gillis-autistic skiier awarded by BC Adaptive SportsSep 29, 2014 | 6:19Ryder Gillis has been skiing since he was five.
This weekend the eight-year-old Kamloops boy
Was honoured at the BC Adaptive Snowsports Black Diamond Gala in Vancouver.
Ryder has autism.
His love of skiing has been life changing for his family.
The Early EditionSeptember 29, 2014Sep 29, 2014 | 2:55:36Out on the field, Oppenheimer park camp, Go Public, International students school refund, TWU vote, VIFF RIFF, Political Insiders, CBSA inquest, Fred Lee
Daybreak SouthOne Kelowna CEO says whatyou know about energy is wrongSep 29, 2014 | 7:42Dev Randhawa's family moved to Canada from India when he was eight. The son of an immigrant millworker made his fortune and ended up in the Uranium mining business while based in the Okanagan.
BC AlmanacSEPT 29, 2014 Homeless in tents in parks. Presumed consent organ donationSep 29, 2014 | 47:00We talk to the mayor of Abbotsford Bruce Banman and to Joe Roberts
inspirational speaker who was homeless in the '80s about homeless in tents in city parks. And Levi Sampson of Because I Can argues for presumed consent for organ donation. And Amber App
Radio WestJan Wong speaks to the situation in Hong KongSep 29, 2014 | 6:25Tens of thousands of protesters are still gathered in Hong Kong.
For days, they've been demanding more democracy and less political interference from the mainland in upcoming elections.
Celebrated Canadian journalist Jan Wong offers this insight.