Full Episode for Friday, August 02, 2019: Daybreak North
Sexually transmitted infections are spreading at an alarming rate in Canada according to public health experts; Indigenous handgames all but disappeared in the Fort Nelson area but there's a triumphant return of the high stakes tradition; the CRTC's complaints commissioner has received so many calls they've released an Internet Code of Conduct for internet providers to follow; SFU criminology professor Neil Boyd has more about two homicide suspects still on the loose; a new complex planned for Prince George, B.C. could raise the roof on homelessness; the head of Sinclar Group Forest Products has more on curtailments at three of its northern B.C. mills; young actors in Prince George, B.C. are giving the bard a modern twist at an acting camp; more on a soaring 60-year-old bringing her aerial show to Quesnel, B.C.; a prideful twist being added to the annual Arts Wells festival.