Full Episode for Thursday, August 01, 2019: Daybreak North

Daybreak North

A win for Canada and for the sport of Rugby as the women's rugby sevens team wins gold at the Pan Am Games; what's old is new again! People are stocking up on vinyl records, film cameras and vintage-styled video gaming systems; Chris Schulz from Prince George Driving for Life Academy gets behind the wheel for a lesson on how to handle highways this BC Day long weekend; former Terrace city councillor Stacey Tyers on her views about why a tent city exists there, and what can be done about it; former Northern Health Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. David Bowering on why he thinks hospitals should be serving more local food to patients; more about a pilot pop-up shop giving Prince Rupert, B.c. artisans a platform for their work; Prince George, B.C. races back in time after a 46-year hiatus. Home-made motor-less cars will speed down Victoria street on Saturday. We'll head on to the starting line with a grandpa / grandson team; Daybreak's Betsy Trumpener introduces us to a B.C. biologist who gave her 'stamp of approval' to a new postage series of Canadian bears.

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