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Kamloops Last Week Episode 18 — banter, news, Pendrel, commentary and the #LastWeekClique debut

Co-host Marty Hastings calls for the abolishment of lawns in the wake of news on Kamloops water usage during the summer heat wave, goes back to the handshake-greeting-on-a-first-date well and says it is an embarrassment to the City of Kamloops to not have an outdoor, refrigerated rink.

Banter, opinion, commentary on interviews with Catharine Pendrel and Jenn Jackson, information on National Truth and Reconciliation Day, discussion on COVID-19 in schools — is enough information being shared? — and a brand new segment, Last Week Clique, featuring KTW reporters Jessica Wallace, Sean Brady and Michael Potestio highlight a jam-packed edition of Kamloops Last Week.

Co-host Chris Foulds shares words for his wife on their wedding anniversary and thoughts on mortality having just turned 53. He also addresses his penchant for backing into parking spots — is it a display of power?

Co-host Marty Hastings calls for the abolishment of lawns in the wake of news on Kamloops water usage during the summer heat wave, goes back to the handshake-greeting-on-a-first-date well and says it is an embarrassment to the City of Kamloops to not have an outdoor, refrigerated rink.

Nu Leaf Produce Market owner Herman Hothi stars in a new commercial, with juicing events just around the corner and apple season in full swing.

Email KLW@kamloopsthisweek.com to advertise on the show and subscribe to Kamloops Last Week on YouTube to join the #LastWeekClique.