Kamloops Last Week reaches its first milestone — Episode 10, brought to you by Nu Leaf Produce Market (if you want to take home that basket of edible excellence, subscribe to Kamloops Last Week on YouTube and email firstname.lastname@example.org).
You can watch the episode below and it's a dandy.
Social advocate Glenn Hilke talks about The Loop drop-in centre — it is open and making meals, he reminds us — and recent tepid relations with the North Shore Business Improvement Association and the City of Kamloops.
Hosts Christopher Foulds and Marty Hastings run the current issues gamut, discussing controversy over a plywood sign outside Continental Barbershop, the Olympics (including criticism over KTW's Matt Berger coverage), crime in the city and smoke/fires. We're also joined by Kamloops Blazers' NHL Draft pick Logan Stankoven, who talks about generating motivation from the Round 1 snub.
Thanks again to Lee's Music for hosting us in state-of-the-art Studio 2.
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