KTW reporter Jessica Wallace hops back into the co-host chair for Episode 29 of Kamloops Last Week.
On the show: Wallace talks upcoming civic election, touching on Ken Christian, Norm Daley and potential hot-button issues such as crime and the potential for another arts centre proposal.
We talk about the latest with No Limits Fitness and Anytime Fitness and wonder if the local gyms will continue to defy public health orders.
Wallace pays tribute to Norman Kopec, a longtime Brocklehurst resident who recently passed away.
We interview Moose Lodge 1552 president Dave Moonen, who is taking issue with what he feels are discriminatory health orders, restrictions that have shut down the lodge and other service clubs like it.
Co-host Marty Hastings interviews Kamloops Blazers’ goaltender Dylan Garand, who has been robbed of irreplaceable hockey moments. Garand talks of the upcoming WHL trade deadline.
Also, is the Wallace family part of a Kamloops secret society and among illuminati pulling the strings in the Tournament Capital?
Wallace talks of pig-to-human heart transplants and hopes for better things ahead in 2022.
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