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KLW 41: Foulds on opioid crisis, Neustaeter talks United Way initiatives, Hastings discusses Kamloops curling facility story

Episode 41 of Kamloops Last Week is an eclectic offering. Co-hosts Chris Foulds and Marty Hastings discuss the ongoing and worsening opioid crisis in B.C. Foulds has stern words for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the issue of safe supply.

Episode 41 of Kamloops Last Week is an eclectic offering.

Co-hosts Chris Foulds and Marty Hastings discuss the ongoing and worsening opioid crisis in B.C. Foulds has stern words for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the issue of safe supply.

Katie Neustaeter of United Way B.C. drops in to talk about her organization’s initiatives.

Chris Wilson of Kamloops This Week talks about a new way to figure out dinner plans — WTF Kamloops (it could save your relationship).

Hastings discusses the latest on the curling facility scene in the Tournament Capital and potential for the demise of the Kamloops Curling Club’s downtown location, with opinion included from Ken Brown and Barry McPhee.

Also in today’s diverse feast: Canine rage in Peterson Creek, Bosch-Wallace dog Macy to star in the Wizard of Oz, KLW popular in Kremlin, Prince Rupert and we give away two sets of four tickets to an upcoming Kamloops Blazers’ game.

We’re nearing our one-year anniversary (May 12) and the 200-subscriber mark on YouTube.

Thanks to all of the #LastWeekClique members who make our show possible, including Herman Hothi of Nu Leaf Produce Market and Brandy Sekhon of McDonald’s.

We’ll see you Last Week.