Celebrating our members and our community.Results Found: 11April 2, 2021
The Kamloops Food Bank is thrilled to hold its first-ever online raffle: ‘Take it to the Bank - The Mother of All Raffles’. We invite you to purchase your tickets to support the food bank - and for your chance to win up to $100,000!
Corra GassnerMarch 10, 2021
Mayor Ken Christian shares his reflection of the past year and his hopes for the future with the Kamloops business community.
Mayor Ken ChristianJanuary 6, 2021
As I reflect on 2020, I like to look at the year as a learning opportunity. We learned about flexible new ways to work together, we learned that to remain competitive we need to bolster our online presence (ourselves included), and we saw that as a community we showed up to support our local businesses – we are #YKAstrong.
Acacia PangilinanDecember 1, 2020
Give Where You Live – the BC Interior Community Foundation (BCICF) is not your average charity, the team is small but mighty, led by Executive Director, Robert Miller, who we recently caught up with to understand what sets them apart, how you can contribute and what the BCICF is looking forward to most in 2021.
Kamloops ChamberNovember 12, 2020
What does the future have to hold for Kamloops tomorrow? We recently caught up with Jason Fawcett, President of the Kelson Group, to discuss what it takes to create a 'home' in 2020.
Nic ZdunichJuly 7, 2020
Be kinder than necessary, because everyone is fighting some kind of battle. You can be the THE CATALYST for someone to have a BETTER DAY, choose kindness
Karen MoillietJune 7, 2020
Canada's upstream oil and gas industry is ready to play a critical role in developing solutions and delivering results. We are shovel ready, with the capacity to create high-paying direct jobs, including indirect jobs through our multi-billion-dollar national supply chain. Additionally, we contribute to the local, hotel, restaurant, retail and other services where our companies operate.
Jack Middleton & Allie BladesFebruary 4, 2020
Restaurants, brewpubs, wineries and eateries not only contribute jobs and a significant portion of our provincial GDP, but they are also where our communities gather and the lifeblood of our city.
Nic ZdunichJanuary 8, 2020
According to a report released last November by Deloitte Canada. Analysis reveals that companies with mental health programs in place for one year had a median annual ROI of $1.62 for every dollar invested. For companies with programs in place for three or more years, the median annual ROI is more than double—valued at $2.18 for every dollar spent. It is not only good for people, it is good for business