‘Finding Fred Lee’ uncovers a piece of Kamloops history
How the near erasure of a respected Chinese family in Kamloops — and one man’s military service — was uncovered.
‘Outrunners’ director discusses Kamloops upbringing and local filmmaking
‘It was a very special night,’ at the Paramount Theatre last week after over 400 tickets sold for the locally-shot film’s world premiere, director Ken Hegan told The Wren.
As reproductive care options shrink in Kamloops, crisis pregnancy centre raises questions
Hopewell Clinic and Pregnancy Centre Society is one of over 20 organizations in B.C. claiming to offer support to pregnant people. The Wren breaks down what these organizations are and how to make informed choices about care.
People in Motion program gets those with disabilities where they need to go
Wheelchair accessible vans run by volunteers shuttle residents to appointments, social events, family gatherings and more.
Nine locally-owned grocers working to serve members of diaspora communities
These specialty grocery stores serve diaspora community members as well as those looking to expand their palates.
Fact-checking claims about homelessness in Kamloops
Are people being bussed in to Kamloops? Do shelters have empty beds? The Wren contributor Sadie Hunter discerns fact from fiction.
Local artist explores Jewish identity, belonging at the Kamloops Art Gallery
Lindsey Tyne Johnson’s exhibit, “Hebrew Spelled Backwards,” is now open to the public.
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