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Kamloops police seek help in finding 35-year-old woman

Kamloops police seek help in finding 35-year-old woman

Amber-Rose Deliva was last heard from on Sept. 15 and reported missing on Sept. 20
Kamloops mayor decries ‘urban legends’ connected to ASK Wellness Society

Kamloops mayor decries ‘urban legends’ connected to ASK Wellness Society

Ken Christian said the oft-repeated claim that homeless people are being bussed to Kamloops is false
New homes in Kamloops must now be electric vehicle capable

New homes in Kamloops must now be electric vehicle capable

Council has unanimously adopted a bylaw that requires electric vehicle charging infrastructure in new residential development
Feeling the heat of development in Kamloops

Feeling the heat of development in Kamloops

A Juniper Ridge resident and a city councillor call for changes to city construction rules
Genesis Place opens in former Fortune Motel in Kamloops

Genesis Place opens in former Fortune Motel in Kamloops

The property has 28 supportive housing units, with residents paying rent and with no prohibitions on substance use
Still undecided? Check out these civic election forums for Kamloops voters

Still undecided? Check out these civic election forums for Kamloops voters

They include six forums for city hall hopefuls and an event for school board trustee candidates
Parents to save up to $550 a month on childcare fees

Parents to save up to $550 a month on childcare fees

The federal and provincial cash means a family with an infant and three-year-old in group care could save up to an additional $11,940 a year as of Dec. 1
Mayoral candidate Hunter will draw on her experience

Mayoral candidate Hunter will draw on her experience

Sadie Hunter, a 43-year-old small business owner, is capping off her first term on council after working for Thompson Rivers University and A Way Home Kamloops, obtaining her master’s degree and living in low-income housing as a single mother
Kamloops Curling Club to get partial property tax break

Kamloops Curling Club to get partial property tax break

Last year, the downtown club paid $29,000 in property taxes, $21,000 of which went to the city
Kamloops’ archeological assessments will not be released

Kamloops’ archeological assessments will not be released

KTW’s FOI request to see the documents was denied by the city, citing provincial Act