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  • Millennial Money: Home costs don't stop at a down payment

    If you’re saving for your first home, there’s no shortage of advice out there — some of it questionable, even if you do have an avocado toast habit. Still, it’s true that your down payment may be the biggest check you ever write.
  • Kintsugi: Broken pottery becomes more beautiful, precious

    If you search online for "kintsugi," most of what you'll find in English is self-help advice that uses this Japanese craft as a jumping-off point. The idea of repairing broken pottery in a way that makes it more beautiful than it was before is apparently an irresistible metaphor for recovering from life's trials and tribulations.
Cutting taxes on craft spirits in Kamloops, Okanagan could boost Canadian economy
Small craft distilleries are struggling to get a tax break from a federal government that has made them the least competitive in the world. “The birthplace of craft spirits in Canada is in the Okanagan, with Okanagan Spirits and spill
The Kamloops Farmer's is set on a street and lovely parklike setting.
Kamloops Farmers' Market is a delicious adventure
The Kamloops Farmer’s Market is a bi-weekly market that beautifully showcases the bounty from the surrounding areas of the Thompson Valley. The big market happens on Saturdays with around 100 vendors on site selling their products. We

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