Daybreak South with Chris Walker
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July 28, 2020: Remembering former Kootenay MP Jim Abbott, A wine duty exemption is being repealed; A Vernon doctor wants Interior Health to keep flu shot drop-ins; And members of the Westbank First Nation are carving a canoe from a 9,000 pound log.
July 27, 2020: KVR steam train stopped in its tracks due to COVID-19; IHME releases COVID-19 death rate projections for B.C.; We hear your thoughts on an interview with the owner of a Summerland shop; And the Wild Bear Lodge in Kaslo is being sold.
July 24, 2020: Revelstoke residents are not happy about possible development at Mt. Begbie; The hot weather is increasing wildfire risk; And Interior Health explains the long turnaround times for COVID-19 test results.
July 23, 2020: We hear from a Summerland dollar store owner about contention over the sale of Confederate flags; Kelowna restaurants are dealing with new Covid rules; And Rolf Heer, the wood carver from Radium Hotprings will have a named park in his honour.
July 22, 2020: DBS July 22 Nelson's mayor defends a policy not allowing food trucks on city property during the Pandemic, A labour lawyer looks at the alleged firing of two Foreign Workers at Bylands nursery and a Cranbrook paralympian conquers the BC Epic 1000
July 21, 2020: A RAMA member says Bylands Nurseries fired two temporary foreign workers after meeting with them on the property; BC's Health Minister says expect change to control the spread of COVID-19; And Kelowna's Mayor responds to the increase in cases of COVID-19.