Jessica Wallace joins Kamloops Last Week with the latest on the Thompson Rivers University investigation into senior executives Larry Phillips and Matt Milovick.
Dylan Garand and Logan Stankoven of the Kamloops Blazers hop on to talk about the World Junior Hockey Championship, with both preparing for the Team Canada selection camp.
KLW co-host Chris Foulds shares insight on the attack of a 21-year-old man with autism spectrum disorder and how it ties into the bigger picture of divisiveness in the city over homeless shelters.
Also on the show: Don Moores’ granddaughter Aleeza Courtney, Blazers’ goalie whisperer Dan De Palma and Dylan Ernst, who will be the starter while Garand is away.
Stankoven talks Moores, 100 per cent capacity inside Sandman Centre and enlightens us on several staff members who entered the infirmary on a recent U.S. Division road swing, including Mark Holick, Tim O’Donovan, Jon Keen and Colin (Toledo) Robinson.
Kamloops Last Week offers its best to James Peters of CFJC, who is going through a serious health scare, and bids fond farewell to Howie Reimer and Colton Davies, who are moving on from Radio NL.
KTW reporter Michael Potestio brings us a report from a march at TRU on Monday that was held in connection to the investigation.
Co-host Marty Hastings takes a look in the mirror after an embarrassing gaffe in Episode 24.
A five-foot holiday bear makes an appearance and Cold Control Mechanical joins Nu Leaf Produce Market on the KLW sponsorship team.
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