Letters: Pondering vitality on Kamloops' North Shore

With the release of a North Shore Business Improvement Association report on ways to revitalize the area’s commercial zones, we asked readers for their ideas:


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The NSBIA mentioned the problem with the homeless and drug use on the North Shore.

Unless something is done to curb this problem, the North Shore will remain the same as it is.

Ted VanDyk




The city should find a way to make the beach area around the Henry Grube Education Centre into a park.

There could be a boardwalk wrapping around the point, with picnic areas in the trees.

Cleaning up this area and making it more safely accessible by foot would be a huge draw.

This is probably the nicest beach in town and it’s totally underdeveloped, save for the volley ball courts that were just updated.

Shawn Karst




Simple solution — sell it to Sun Peaks for $1.

John Goldsmith


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