Full Episode for Wednesday, June 6, 2018: Daybreak North

Daybreak North

Suspicious incidents of men approaching children in Prince George, Haida Gwaii officials look to limit the use of Airbnb amidst housing shortage, unusually cold weather in the central interior, G7 leaders discuss plastic in oceans and landfills, new $1 million pavillion constructed in Prince George's Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park, food columnist Khalil Akhtar on how tariffs could affect what you eat, viability of illegal weed after legalization, the mayor of Europe's 'greenest city' visits Prince George to talk about the elimination of biofuels in smaller, northern communities, listeners thoughts on the best Chinese food in northern B.C., questions about looking after the homeless after 74-year-old man found dead inside Tim Hortons, meet Prince Rupert's feral cat colony crusader, ad guy Bruce Champers on companies that seem to want you to buy less, CBC's Audrey McKinnon travels from Prince Rupert to Terrace using service to help vulnerable people now that Greyhound is gone.

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