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  • UBC Okanagan professor curates international exhibit of African print fashion

    African stylishness and cosmopolitanism, past and present, is on display in a major exhibition curated by UBC professor Suzanne Gott at the Fowler Museum at the University of California, Los Angeles.
  • 2017 RBC Blue Water Project donates $10,000 for the prevention of aquatic invasive species

    The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen is pleased to announce that financial support from the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Blue Water Project Grant Program has been received again in 2017.
  • City looking for community input into new Transportation Master Plan

    KAMLOOPS - The City of Kamloops wants residents to help steer Kamloops down the road to sustainability by providing input into the City’s Transportation Master Plan.
  • Chamber raises issues with Liberal MPs

    VERNON - Reps of the Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce were in Kelowna last week raising a number of issues with members of the Federal Liberal Pacific Caucus.
  • Inspection stats show stronger mussel defence needed, says Okanagan Water Board

    KELOWNA - Provincial mussel inspection stations only opened April 1, but already the stats show the need for a stronger program says the Okanagan Basin Water Board.
  • Home hemodialysis helps rural patient regain his independence

    Jackson Brown-John loves living in Horsefly, a rural community located about an hour east of Williams Lake. He was born there, works there, and loves spending time there with his partner, Dianna MacQueen, amid the abundance of hills, forests, and clear lake waters.

    Jackson, 59, is also a kidney patient. His kidneys have failed and he had been travelling three times a week to Williams Lake for life-sustaining dialysis to replace his kidneys’ function.
  • Hugh Hanson Davidson - A Life in the Arts

    KAMLOOPS - In 2014, the Kamloops Art Gallery received a bequest of works of art from the private collection of Hugh Hanson Davidson (1930-2014). Davidson was a generous benefactor to the Gallery. He donated a number of works in 1998, as well as his library of books. The Gallery celebrated Davidson and his gift at a special reception in 2002, naming its library the Hugh Hanson Davidson Library.
  • Weekly Volunteer Highlights for Feb. 4 to 11

    AIM Foundation
    Special Events Coordinators - The volunteers will coordinate special events utilizing the Event Outline and under the direction of the TNC Executive Assistant. This volunteer opportunity will develop and utilize your Public Relations, Business Contacts, Social Media, Volunteer Training, Orientation and Team building skills. 19+ to volunteer. Upcoming Special Events: Richard Wagamese Storytelling Gala Friday February 12, 2016. dawn.AIMfoundation@gmail.com
  • Where to volunteer in Kamloops this week

    Canadian Cancer Society
    Gift Wrapping Volunteers – This December the local Kamloops Unit of the Canadian Cancer Society will be providing Gift Wrap by Donation at Aberdeen Mall for the entire month. As you can imagine, it takes hundreds of volunteers to make this program successful. We need your help! Donations of time are just as valuable as donations of money, and we would be so grateful for a gift of your time for a four-hour shift.

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