Daybreak North·Audio

Full Episode for Monday, January 21, 2019: Daybreak North

CBC investigates the responsibility of banks to prevent seniors from being scammed; Several world leaders are skipping the annual World Economic Forum in Davos; After years without an arena, hockey players in the Hazeltons are getting excited as construction on the Upper Skeena Recreation Centre near completion; Nathan Cullen wants Canada to re-think its economic relationship with China as diplomatic relations deteriorate; Drought concerns as winter continues to by dryer than normal; Seniors and snow; Crisis management for resource companies; Why B.C. cannabis stores will open in mid-sized cities like Prince George and Terrace before Vancouver and Kelowna; Reducing waste created on airlines; New music from Alex Cuba.
CBC investigates the responsibility of banks to prevent seniors from being scammed; Several world leaders are skipping the annual World Economic Forum in Davos; After years without an arena, hockey players in the Hazeltons are getting excited as construction on the Upper Skeena Recreation Centre near completion; Nathan Cullen wants Canada to re-think its economic relationship with China as diplomatic relations deteriorate; Drought concerns as winter continues to by dryer than normal; Seniors and snow; Crisis management for resource companies; Why B.C. cannabis stores will open in mid-sized cities like Prince George and Terrace before Vancouver and Kelowna; Reducing waste created on airlines; New music from Alex Cuba. 2:05:39