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Supply chain worries spike as CP Rail shutdown begins

Supply chain worries spike as CP Rail shutdown begins

About 3,000 workers across the country were locked out on March 20 after the company and union failed to reach an agreement on a new contract
NSBIA welcomes new president

NSBIA welcomes new president

Sara Lawson, general manager of Dignity Memorial Funeral Homes, succeeds Bryce Herman, who will remain on the board as past-president
Kamloops Mounties seek information on white van as they probe suspicious death

Kamloops Mounties seek information on white van as they probe suspicious death

The 2020 white GMC rental van with Budget decals is the focus of police probe
Hard seltzer a first for brew-your-own sector in Kamloops

Hard seltzer a first for brew-your-own sector in Kamloops

BA Brewmaster has added the clear beverage to its roster of beer, cider and wine
Kamloops mayor gives his final State of the City address

Kamloops mayor gives his final State of the City address

The March 17 event was the first held in person since 2020 and included an address from the Tk’emlúps Kúkpi7 (Chief)
Kamloops RCMP seeks man in probe of alleged bus stop assault

Kamloops RCMP seeks man in probe of alleged bus stop assault

Police say the incident involved a man and a young female
Kamloops Mounties probing suspicious death

Kamloops Mounties probing suspicious death

A body in a vehicle in Dufferin was discovered on March 17
Funding for year-round wildfire service won’t be all in place until after 2022 fire season

Funding for year-round wildfire service won’t be all in place until after 2022 fire season

Under the 2022 provincial budget, the BCWS will receive $145 million over three years, to be used in part to move the wildfire service from its current model of reacting to fires to one that involves more planning and prevention
Vignettes from the Kamloops streets (part 3)

Vignettes from the Kamloops streets (part 3)

KTW partnered with Karina Laitres and MacEwan University to create a series of stories and information on homelessness and people who are homeless to share with readers
Man charged in stabbing of woman at notorious Kamloops motel

Man charged in stabbing of woman at notorious Kamloops motel

The attack took place on March 15 at Canada’s Best Value Inn & Suites (formerly known as the Acadian Inn) at 1390 Columbia St. east of downtown