Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Kúkpi7 (Chief) Rosanne Casimir was in Toronto on Wednesday, en route to Kamloops from Vatican City, when she spoke to Kamloops Last Week about her meeting with Pope Francis.
She talks of the sincerity of his apology, the invitation she extended for a visit to Kamloops and the meaning of the trip for her and other Assembly of First Nations delegates, among other topics.
Co-hosts Marty Hastings and Chris Foulds discuss former TRU WolfPack women’s basketball coach Goran Nogic, who is suing the university for defamation and wrongful dismissal.
We talk about the allegations of physical and verbal abuse he claims were made against him by a former player.
Dialogue continues on Ukraine, with war crimes, propaganda and refugees in Kamloops on the agenda.
Hastings takes viewers and listeners to Hillside Stadium, where WolfPack volleyball player Ana Muzyka on Friday held a fundraising run for humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.
Also on the show: Foulds talks disdain for Blue Jays and love for Giants on eve of MLB season, along with upcoming tax increase in Kamloops, the largest bump in a decade.
We also announce a giveaway contest, with two sets of four tickets to an upcoming Kamloops Blazers’ game (April 15 vs. Prince George) up for grabs.
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