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Whundas win, Gaglardi on Memorial Cup bid biases, debuting Potestio talks Ukrainian refugees in Kamloops Last Week

Co-host Marty Hastings reads between the lines in analyzing the comments of Kamloops Blazers’ majority owner Tom Gaglardi, who spoke of biases that could effect the Memorial Cup bidding process

Rush onto the court with the Westyde Whundas and feel the emotion of their historic win through exclusive video coverage of their provincial senior boys’ basketball championship victory in Episode 37 of Kamloops Last Week, which includes the co-hosting debut of KTW reporter Michael Potestio.

Co-host Marty Hastings reads between the lines in analyzing the comments of Kamloops Blazers’ majority owner Tom Gaglardi, who spoke of biases that could effect the Memorial Cup bidding process.

Potestio talks Ukrainian refugees and how Kamloops is preparing to welcome them.

Bob Dieno of Stop the Time Change stops by to talk springing forward and falling back.

Does Potestio think North Shore Italians are superior to South Shore Italians? Is South Shore Italian Mike Miltimore offended?

KTW reporter Jessica Wallace hops in to feature in her very own (noisy) edition of the #LastWeekClique.

The show simply does not happen without the support of Nu Leaf Produce Market and the Kamloops and Merritt McDonald’s locations, owned and operated by Brandy Sekhon.

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We’ll see you Last Week.