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Letter: Book a crime-prevention session in Kamloops

Letter: Book a crime-prevention session in Kamloops

The Sagebrush Neighbourhood Association encourages other associations and groups to be proactive in their communities
FOULDS: Shrinkflation is about more than a size scam

FOULDS: Shrinkflation is about more than a size scam

Don’t be surprised to see “soylent green” on the ingredients list of your “new and improved” ready-to-heat-and-eat breakfast sausages
Letter: A salute to ReStore staff from the past

Letter: A salute to ReStore staff from the past

I’m puzzled how these years of broad-based support and consistent activity could change so much to the point that a city of 100,000 can no longer support this history
FOULDS: Are your memories vivid or fading into time?

FOULDS: Are your memories vivid or fading into time?

If the 54-year-old me has vivid memories of what the 14-year-old me experienced 40 years ago, can the same be said of a 54-year-old in 1982 thinking back 40 years to 1942, smack in the middle of the Second World War?
Letter: 'Tis the season to consider the have-nots

Letter: 'Tis the season to consider the have-nots

Christmas is a good time to sit down and exchange ideas about political activism with family and friends and discuss how we can revitalize them together
Letter: I need some help in helping Kamloops

Letter: I need some help in helping Kamloops

There has still been no response to my volunteering request
Letter: Let's care for our Kamloops caregivers

Letter: Let's care for our Kamloops caregivers

As a nurse who spent 35 years working at RIH, I can’t believe staff are still expected to get to work despite the weather with no parking available onsite
Letter: One generation thanks another

Letter: One generation thanks another

 Madi, you truly made my day and I thank you for your willingness to stand with us and remember
Letter: We need to stop rewarding bad behaviour

Letter: We need to stop rewarding bad behaviour

I am so frustrated with current governments and self-serving societies. We treat these prolific offenders better than we treat our seniors. I hope the new mayor and council can help fix this out-of-control problem
View From TRU: Fall forum takes pulse of university

View From TRU: Fall forum takes pulse of university

More than 200 people gathered at our fall forum in person and online to hear the update and ask questions