Daybreak South with Chris Walker
Sep. 24, 2020: Osoyoos Desert Model Railroad wins travel award; Why Moms Stop The Harm and BC Coroners Service say drug deaths are an election issue; Nelson tech start-up hosts virtual field trips; And B.C. Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson.
Sep. 23, 2020: Ottawa Report; Listeners share their thoughts on the snap election; An Osoyoos orchard with too many leftover apples is now a U-pick; CBC's Justin McElroy gives us a look at the race for B.C. parties to nominate candidates; And the BCHL is back.
Sep. 22, 2020: Journey Home Society on shelter space; Election safety during a pandemic; Filmmaker Sonia Bonspille Boileau on her film Rustic Oracle; And we hear listeners' thoughts on the snap election.
Sep. 18, 2020: Live Asian clams found in Shuswap Lake; One of only two banks in Lumby is closing; On The Ledge; Kelowna condo owner says not having visitor parking is creating major challenges and she is having difficulty selling her unit; And Kelowna Pride kicks off.
Sep. 17, 2020: Salmon Arm gets the funding they need for a food hub; Challenge of harvesting apples in thick smoke; Temperature screening at YLW; And a new project has launched in Kelowna to bring attention to mental health in the hospitality industry.
Sep. 16, 2020: Affordable housing in Keremeos; A group of First Nations wants more access to COVID-19 location information; Keeping pets safe in the smoke; A high school grad makes a video about Covid rules; And Penticton staff on a controversial development.
Sep. 15, 2020: Kelowna Cabs on Uber coming to town; West Kelowna Mayor on costs for new water treatment plant; Fire ecologist Bob Gray; We meet the new leader of the B.C. Green Party; And why Penticton farmers are taking their tractors to city hall.
Sep. 11, 2020: Costs rise dramatically for the Rail Trail from Armstrong to Sicamous; Elections BC responds on whether it's ready for a fall election; And the mayor of Omak, Washington explains life in the path of massive fires.
Sep. 10, 2020: We hear about the devastating fires in Washington state; Conservative MP Dan Albas on his new role as critic for climate change and environment; Health minister Adrian Dix explains the new pandemic plan; And the Okanagan Grape harvest begins.