Carolina de Ryk
Carolina de Ryk first hit the CBC airwaves in 1979. She joined the local morning program to celebrate her 3rd birthday, and the CBC's 40th anniversary. She was well on her way to a career in broadcast journalism. At 15 she got her first radio show on the local university campus station - and she's been on the radio ever since.
Carolina officially joined the CBC in 2005 and has been crafting stories about the changing face of BC ever since then. Today she is the morning host of Daybreak North out of Prince Rupert, BC. She is passionate about the amazing, sometimes unbelievable, stories that can only come from Northern BC.
Carolina has shared stories from the north across Canada in news reports and radio documentaries.
Carolina is raising 2 young daughters with her husband, a brew-master. She bakes a fine loaf of bread, and is working to develop her green thumb.
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