Full Episode for Wednesday, May 8, 2019: Daybreak North

Daybreak North

Canadian Mental Health Association is calling for a national strategy on mental health promotion; What it costs to get an electric car; Farmer Cam Bell of Terrace wins $10,000 Thrive North prize for entrepeneurial work; The health effects of fasting during Ramadan; How Barkerville historic site is rethinking its portrayal of colonial figures during a time of reconciliation; Understanding different burning bans; MLA Mike Morris on calls for staggered income assistance cheques to cut down on overdoses and property crime; Thrive North entrepreneur winner Lucy Sager on helping people get their driver's licences; A desire to hire more Indigenous people at universities across Canada had led to fierce competition among institutions; Trends in cancer risk.

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