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Milobar, Kamloops Blazers, Aldus of TRU WolfPack feature in Episode 19 of Kamloops Last Week, along with discussion on drive-thru greetings

Milobar takes aim at Premier John Horgan and the NDP, talks Indigenous issues, including National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and answers questions on dining at the legislature and his daughter’s career in media

Peter Milobar, Logan Stankoven, Dylan Garand, Shaun Clouston, Georgia Aldus and the #LastWeekClique highlight today’s episode of Kamloops Last Week.

Milobar takes aim at Premier John Horgan and the NDP, talks Indigenous issues, including National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and answers questions on dining at the legislature and his daughter’s career in media.

KTW reporters Jessica Wallace, Michael Potestio and Sean Brady — members of the #LastWeekClique — delve into the Northbridge Hotel, police-media relations in Kamloops and Red Dress Project, among other topics.

Hosts Chris Foulds and Marty Hastings talk about the proper greeting from a drive-thru attendant — should the question, “How are you doing today?” be banned? Do they really care? Isn’t it just a waste of time in a process that is designed to be about efficiency?

The Kamloops Blazers assess the threats to their B.C. Division crown, with the home opener slated for Saturday.

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