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Grocery shelves looking empty? Kamloops Farmers’ Markets have the goods

More than just a local hangout, weekly markets deliver essential food items to residents when times are tough.

Chief Willie Littlechild: ‘Sport has the power to enact change’

Chief Willie Littlechild reflects on how sports helps heal trauma in an interview with The Wren’s Kyra Grubb.

How the Kweseltken Project grows food sovereignty for Central Interior First Nations

Kweseltken Project coordinator Shay Paul shows the garden sites, greenhouses and plans for the future.

B.C. biker, Jake Fox, says optimism fuelled recovery

‘Each day, I was one step closer to my goal of walking again, and I really learned to praise the positive outcomes.’

A new Indigenous Film Festival is coming to Kamloops

Stseptékwles re Sk’elép (Coyote Stories) will run Sept. 1 through 3 at the Paramount Theatre

Kamloops Pride beyond Pride Week

Kamloops (Tk’emlúps) locals share how they continue to celebrate Pride and support the local LGBTQ2S+ community.

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