Full Episode for Wednesday, August 07, 2019: Daybreak North

Daybreak North

A recent study calls frailty a medical condition in its own right, and not an inevitable part of aging; five years later, and the owners of the Mount Polley mine haven't held accountable according to the Wilderness Committee's Joe Foy; Fisheries and Oceans Canada responds to the upstream battle for salmon and fishermen in the Skeena watershed; Stewart, B.C. port gets millions in federal cash; an expert on social media analysis shares insights about online personal theft and online misinformation; a group of 23 community leaders have written a letter to the federal government asking for help; a Terrace, B.C. filmmaker hopes his latest project can help promote unity in the wake of this season's fishing closures.

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