Full Episode for Thursday, May 16, 2019: Daybreak North

Daybreak North

The World Health Organization has released its first-ever guidelines on dementia; The Opposition B.C. Liberals say they're pleased that there will be a public inquiry into money laundering; Two detained Canadians now arrested in China; Landowner concerns over oil and gas industry well sites in the Peace; "Potlatch as Pedagogy" author Sara Davidson; Tough transition ahead for laid-off Tolko workers in Quesnel; How can B.C. successfully investigate money laundering?; Independent senator Paula Simons on casting the deciding vote in senate committee decision to not pass controversial oil tanker ban on B.C.'s North Coast; Do-not-track in tech; The art of war explored through Vanderhoof artist's exhibit; Prince George School District 57 board chair Tim Bennett on unexpected resignation of superintendent Marilyn Marquis-Forster.

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