Daybreak South with Chris Walker
Aug. 11, 2020: Ottawa Report; Pitch for an online health hub in Kaslo; A couple's home is sliding into the Little Slocan River with little help available; A shortage of fruit pickers; And a major piece of historic O'Keefe Ranch is for sale.
Aug. 10, 2020: Cranbrook clinics looking to hire more doctors; Moms Stop The Harm want to light up downtown Kelowna in purple to raise overdose awareness; Kelowna looking at two rental housing agreements; And impact of race-based data.
Aug. 7, 2020: Cranbrook historic walking tours; Ainsworth heritage building restored; A Kamloops woman who found a photo album from the 1940s meets its owner on the air; And BC Principals' and Vice-Principals' Association calling on province for flexible start.
Aug. 6, 2020: Okanagan realtor on the hot market; A woman in Kamloops searching for the owner of a photo album; An outdoor school in South Canoe; And Daybreak's Dominika Lirette visits a larger-than-life exhibit at the Kelowna Art Gallery.
Aug. 5, 2020: Oliver theatre launches local artist series; What classes will look like at UNBC; Calls for accessible tourism in the Thompson Okanagan; And a Kelowna tattoo artist from Lebanon reacts to Beirut explosion.
July 31, 2020: BC School Sports on options for the fall; What calls for a PST cut could mean; Health Minister Adrian Dix; Kelowna Boat Cruises on their operations during COVID-19; And we join the Kelowna Safety Education Ambassadors for an afternoon.)
July 30, 2020: A school trustee and PAC president react to new back to school guidelines; Education Minister Rob Flemming discuss his announcement; Interior Health on safety precautions going into the long weekend; And Clarence Louie is the newly elected ONA chief.
July 29, 2020: Salmon Arm locals and family reflect on Edmonton man's drowning; A biker who had a serious crash on the Coquihalla in 2011 is looking for her rescuers; BC Education Critic Dan Davies; And free counselling program lead by UBCO prof moves online.
July 28, 2020: Remembering former Kootenay MP Jim Abbott, A wine duty exemption is being repealed; A Vernon doctor wants Interior Health to keep flu shot drop-ins; And members of the Westbank First Nation are carving a canoe from a 9,000 pound log.