Full Episode for Thursday, January 17, 2019: Daybreak North

Daybreak North

Researching the wild horses of the Chilcotin; Celebrating Betty White, the most lovable 90-something woman ever to swear on the radio; Biologists take desperate measures to try and save southern caribou populations; MLA Ellis Ross on the difficult question of Indigenous leadership; Hereditary chief Na'Moks says no pipelines will ever be approved on Wet'suwet'en territory; Prince Rupert business owners demand access to their photo developing equipment from absentee landlord; Rural cabinet position created by federal government; Artist Jennifer Bowes explores the printed word in new art exhibit that includes her destroyed diaries.

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