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Westsyde Pool now expected to reopen in late summer

Westsyde Pool should be open to the public by the end of the summer, according to an update from city hall. In a release, Heidi...

City agrees to rezone motel property to allow for seniors’ housing

Kamloops city council has officially signed off on a new seniors’ housing program to be operated out of a former downtown motel. Under the program,...

Rivers Trail near Kamloops Airport closed to end of spring

The section of the Rivers Trail near Kamloops Airport is closed until the end of spring as work continues to replace a deteriorating stretch...

Rayleigh teen’s skate park dream on cusp of reality

Merek De Witte hasn’t been able to make it out to Kamloops city council’s budget debates since they take place during school hours. But the...

Kamloops council to consider anti-racism motion

Kamloops city council will be asked to pass a motion condemning racism and discrimination when they meet next week. The motion from Coun. Arjun Singh,...

Kamloops councillors Lange, Singh, want recycling cash to go back to taxpayers

A decision on what to do with a $1.9 million windfall from Multi-Material BC (MMBC) won’t come until the fall, but a pair of...
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New rules for food trucks in Kamloops

The Kamloops Central Business Improvement Association says a new set of rules for food truck owners strikes a good balance for the neighbourhood. At a...

Kamloops council has property-tax hike at 2.7%

Add another $65 to your home budget for 2017. After the City of Kamloops’ latest round of budget talks, the owner of an average-assessed home...

Returning a wetland to its natural place

It was too soggy to stage sports or fly model airplanes, but an empty patch of land next to Dufferin elementary is just right...

Still no timeline from city on Westsyde Pool repairs

The City of Kamloops is hopeful repairs at the Westsyde Pool are getting back on track. In early December, contractor D&T Developments alerted the city...

Food truck public hearing Tuesday

Kamloops city council will hear from the public Tuesday if it should go ahead with changes to its bylaw to allow food trucks to stay...

Still no timeline from city on Westsyde Pool repairs

The City of Kamloops is hopeful repairs at the Westsyde Pool are getting back on track. In early December, contractor D and T Developments alerted...

Melt causing water problems for city crews

With snow melting at a rapid pace and rain in the forecast, the City of Kamloops says it’s been working around the clock to...
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Kamloops council looking for feedback about loosening food truck rules

Kamloops’ food trucks could soon be allowed to park in new areas and operate for more hours, if council passes a series of regulatory...

Kamloops council to ponder fate of $2-million recycling windfall

Kamloops council will have its first chance later this month to debate how to use an approximately $2-million windfall from Multi-Material BC (MMBC). The city...

Sandman Centre upgrades pegged at $1.5 million

Changing standards in major-junior hockey are behind about $760,000 in upgrades at the Sandman Centre council must decide whether to fund over the next...

Kamloops council gives nod to false-alarm bylaw with escalating fines

Kamloops city council is moving ahead with a bylaw penalizing residents and businesses who have multiple false alarms per year, despite protests from two...

Budget wish list on Kamloops council’s menu

From a skate park in Rayleigh to new stairs at city hall, Kamloops city council will get its first look at this year’s list...

Here’s why you can’t drop glass into recycling bins as of April (and why...

It’s convenient for residents, but a spokesman for Multi Material BC said recycling glass via blue bin is too much of a hassle behind...

Shaping up to be hot year for home building in Kamloops

It’s looking like another busy year for residential builders in Kamloops. Building permit statistics released by the city’s development and engineering department once again show...