Daybreak South with Chris Walker
June 30, 2020: Kelowna RCMP Supt. Brent Mundle on recent allegations of excessive force caught on video; Downtown Kelowna Association on closing Bernard to traffic; Remembering former West Kootenay MLA Ed Conroy; And a roundup of Canada Day celebrations.
June 25, 2020: Okanagan College FruitSnaps project adapts to pandemic and death of a colleague; Orchardists struggling to provide accomodation to workers; And Mona Wang, the woman seen on video being dragged by an RCMP officer during a wellness check shares her story.
June 24, 2020: Biking in the Okanagan book; Mayor of Yakima in Washington on spike of COVID-19 cases; Indigenous Tourism B.C. hoping for local travellers; Retired social worker on wellness check protocols; And how a motel owner and wine tour operator are fairing.
June 23, 2020: Ottawa Report; Kootenay International Junior Hockey League's plans; Reporter Brady Strachan debriefs on Kelowna RCMP officer being sued for alleged assault during wellness check; And Mayor Colin Basran on racism in Kelowna.
June 22, 2020: Vernon realtor responds to backlash over social media post about homeless; Reconcile This column on allegations of racist game in emergency rooms; Minister of Transportation and MLA Greg Kyllo on highway expansion costs.
June 19, 2020: Penticton will cover utilities for arts centre until August when they have to relocate; Daughter of two separated seniors; And how Kelowna snowbirds will spend their next winter.
June 18, 2020: Some Kootenay farmers can now sell meat; Shuswap Inaugural Pride Arts and Awareness Festival; Minister Mungall on the province's new guide to getting a marijuana production license; And Vernon graduates revive an old graffitti tradition.
June 17, 2020: Revelstoke's high gas prices; Report on assisted living; Opposition to a Kelowna hotel development; And work ramps up on Coastal GasLink's pipeline.