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LETTER - Tell MPs to protect our way of life on waterways

At present, the federal government is reviewing the Navigation Protection Act—that’s the law that should give all Canadians the right to paddle up and down this land’s waterways. 154 more words

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EDITORIAL - City Hall is mad as hell

An ArmchairMayor.ca editorial by Mel Rothenburger.

AN EXCITING THING happened in Kamloops City council chambers yesterday.

After years of being oh-so-properly-neutral on Ajax, both the council and the staff that council employs stood up on their hind legs and, in unison, called BS. 66 more words

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AJAX - Report 'just a charade,' council invites cabinet ministers to Kamloops

The federal and provincial cabinet ministers who will make the final decision on Ajax will receive a “strong” invitation to come to Kamloops to meet with City council and other interested groups, and to see where the mine would be built. 407 more words

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BY-ELECTION - McQuarrie enters race for mayor, proposes zero% tax hike

The number of mayoral candidates in the Sept. 30 Kamloops by-election is back up to four with the announcement today (Aug. 15, 2017) that business owner Bill McQuarrie is entering the race. 279 more words

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FORSETH - Voters are desperate for elected officials to quit with the BS

TODAY IS a little bit of this … and a little bit of that.  In between paying bills and checking our family budget online, a diverted a few times to check out things politically. 769 more words

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EDITORIAL - Kudos to NDP for putting an end to the grizzly bear trophy hunt

An ArmchairMayor.ca editorial by Mel Rothenburger.

TERMINATING the grizzly bear trophy hunt, as announced Monday by Forests Minister Doug Donaldson, is worthy of a round of applause. 325 more words

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POLICE - Who left the smoke grenade on Grandview Terrace?

Kamloops RCMP would like to know who left a smoke grenade on Grandview Terrace near Columbia Street West on Sunday (Aug. 13, 2017).

When police arrived after being told of the object they found that the pin had been pulled but it had misfired.  111 more words

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