New Gold helps boost Operation Red Nose

New Gold’s New Afton mine, which operates just west of Kamloops, has donated $5,000 to Operation Red Nose, with proceeds going to help amateur athletes via PacificSport Interior BC.

In the photo are, from left: New Gold community relations co-ordinator Sam Numsen, PacificSport Interior BC executive director and Kamloops Operation Red Nose founder Carolynn Boomer and Katie Klassen, PacificSport Interior BC sport participation co-ordinator and Operation Red Nose committee member.

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While the pandemic has forced organizers to park the drive-home Red Nose service this year, there is an ongoing online awareness campaign, which can be found at

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