KAMLOOPS — Hydropothecary is ready for the revolution. Or at least that's what Terry Lake, a new executive with the Gatineau-based company, would have you believe.
KAMLOOPS — The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario doesn’t go far enough when they recommend the removal of former Prime Minister John A.
KAMLOOPS — Environment Minister George Heyman’s refusal to come to Kamloops to talk about Ajax defies the normal bounds of logic, but politics is only occasionally logical.
KAMLOOPS — This booklet tells an interesting story — it was announced by the School District 73 board of education this week and makes for some fascinating reading about how Kamloops schools have been shafted when it comes to provincial
KAMLOOPS — Health Minister Adrian Dix’s announcement Monday that the Royal Inland Hospital patient care tower will go ahead as planned by the Liberals is good news. But did anyone really think anything else would be the case?
KAMLOOPS — A lot of Dave Gracey’s friends are hoping he’ll put up a post on his Facebook page that news of his death is greatly exaggerated, apologizing for the joke, or saying he lost a bet and had to start the rumour.
KAMLOOPS — It happened during the eclipse that more than 300,000 Atlantic salmon escaped from a U.S. fish farm in the San Juan Islands.
KAMLOOPS — BEING MAYOR, Chapter 6 — ‘A Dog’s Bite is Much Worse Than Its Bark’ By MEL ROTHENBURGER This is the sixth in a series on my experiences as the mayor of Kamloops from 1999 to 2005.