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Kamloops Last Week: Lake talks Freedom Convoy, Dr. Henry's pandemic performance, B.C. Liberal leadership, COVID-19 in care homes

Special Olympics, Boogie the Bridge featured

Terry Lake joins Kamloops Last Week minutes after being on a call with Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry.

Lake, a former Kamloops politician and current CEO of the BC Care Providers Association, talks visitation policy and COVID-19 outbreaks in care homes, poor communication from Henry and the provincial government and the B.C. Liberal leadership race, along with his take on racists, yahoos and narrow-minded people involved in the Freedom Convoy. "There's always good intentions, but I think they were overtaken."

We interview the Berrys — Jo, Mak and Gaby — at a press conference held on Tuesday to trumpet the return of CFJC Boogie The Bridge, which is slated for Sunday, April 24.

Special Olympics athlete Joshua Trudell chats with KLW about tough times during the pandemic and looking forward to the 2023 SOBC Winter Games in Kamloops.

Co-hosts Chris Foulds and Marty Hastings discuss Canada’s quest to return to the men’s World Cup for the first time since 1986. Foulds seems obsessed with all things 1986.

Foulds has his say on the Freedom Convoy.

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We’ll see you Last Week.