Doug Collins is the Director of News, Information and Television Operations at CFJC-TV. He is the senior broadcaster in Kamloops, which means he is like the Energizer Bunny and just keeps on going. Doug has been on the air in Kamloops since April of 1970. He has had a wide background in the industry, having done virtually every type of news and sports broadcasting, including news anchor, sports play-by-play, and editorialist. His "One Man's Opinion" aired from 1973- 2013. Doug has long been active in the community. His passion is coaching, and for over 30 years he coached high school football, baseball, soccer, and basketball. He is a former President of Kamloops Minor Baseball, was active for several years in the B.C. High School Rodeo Association, and was also active as a baseball umpire. In 1984, Doug was named Kamloops' Sports Person of the Year. Aside from sports, Doug has been a member of the Mayor's Task Force on Housing, the Kamloops Arts Commission, the Board of the "Y" and co-chair of the Y's Strong Kids Campaign. He is an active Freemason and Shriner, and has worked to raise funds for charities such as the Cancer Car Project to drive cancer patients free of charge to treatment centres, and the Shriners Travel Fund to purchase busses and transport young patients to Shriner's Hospitals in Portland and Spokane from all over B.C. In 2008, Doug was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award from his peers in the Radio-Television News Directors Association of Canada, and was also named the 2008 Broadcaster of the Year by the B.C. Association of Broadcasters. Doug's wife Sue has been his strength for more than 40 years, and they spend much of their free time with their six grandchildren.
July 4, 2016 - 6:43amUpdated: July 4, 2016 - 9:03am
KAMLOOPS- — A 61 year old Hope resident was killed Saturday afternoon after his northbound motorcycle went out of control on Highway 12 near Lillooet. RCMP say the man lost control of his bike as he was winding downhill through a series of curves.
June 28, 2016 - 11:13amUpdated: June 29, 2016 - 10:23am
KAMLOOPS — Lockout or strike- either way, Canada Post workers will likely soon be off the job across the country, perhaps as soon as next week. Following a strike vote that went heavily in favor of job action, workers say they're expecting to be locked out rather than go on strike.