Daybreak North connects, challenges and champions Northern British Columbia. Host Carolina de Ryk presents memorable interviews and original journalism from Prince George to Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii to the Robson Valley, and the Cariboo to the Peace and Fort Nelson.
'Farmer Cam' gives his tips for getting your garden ready
With the weather getting more mild, gardeners are already thinking about what they're going to plant this year. And packets of seeds are starting to appear on store shelves. We talk to Skeena River Valley farmer Cameron Bell to get advice for the upcoming season.
Abandoned boats on B.C.'s coast
Abandoned boats are an unfortunate reality of many coastal communities. On the land, they are an eye sore. But in the water, they can be an environmental hazard. Daybreak North host Carolina de Ryk talks to Transport Canada's Ryan Greville.
Spring garden prep; Derelict boats on B.C.'s shorelines; You know you're from Prince George when...: Full episode for Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Why we name our cars; The impact of vaccine news on federal politics; Abandoned boats on B.C.'s coast; 'Farmer Cam' gives his tips for getting your garden ready; A Prince George man turns social media nostalgia into a book; B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix on the vaccine roll-out; Filing taxes in this unusual time; The unequal consequences of private security technology; Pigs Omelet, Hamlet, Ebony and Ivory play video games.
B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix on vaccine roll-out update
B.C. is beginning its second phase of vaccinations, with a focus on seniors. Daybreak North asks Health Minister Adrian Dix to explain how things will work.
Prince George resident using social media in effort to help those without homes
Prince George's Gerry Healy knows what it's like to not have secure access to housing. That's why he has started a Facebook group focused on helping those on the street, and people wanting to help.
Reaction to the B.C. government's approval of the Site C Dam project
Daybreak North gets reaction from people in the Peace after the B.C. government approved the $16 billion Site C Dam project. Host Carolina de Ryk talks to Peace River North MLA Dan Davies, and soon to be displaced resident Ken Boon about the decision.