Full Episode for Tuesday, July 30, 2019: Daybreak North
More about what the future of gene editing means for medical research; men and women who want to lead the Democratic party in the next U.S. election gather in Detroit; Dave King, past president of the Caledonia Ramblers hiking club, with tips on how to communicate in remote areas where you can't get cell service; Mackenzie, B.C. mayor on why a northern lumber town says its the hardest hit in all of the province; Prince George, B.C. city councillor Brian Skakun on a burning truck, a criminal camera caper, and the spectre of vigilante justice; Terrace city councillor Lynne Christiansen on the response to a tent city that has captured the attention of residents; the future of a performing arts centre in Prince George, B.C.; Daybreak associate producer Nicole Oud threads through Theatre Northwest's sewing camp.