How can you take part in Truth and Reconciliation?

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day are on Sept. 30. Here is a list of events and educational resources available in Kamloops.

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‘No space for hate’: Counter-protesters overwhelm 1 Million March 4 Children in Kamloops

Protestors for the 1 Million March 4 Children in Kamloops were met by counter-protestors, and were outnumbered 12 to 1.

Ahead of Orange Shirt Day, WLFN powwow dancers don orange regalia as ‘symbol of resilience’

Dancers of all ages filled the arbour in T’exelc to display the strength of their cultures while honouring all those affected by residential ‘schools.’

How Kamloops community health clinics are redefining health care

Kamloops’ Supporting Team Excellence with Patients Society (STEPS) say the community-run model is proving successful. But barriers remain to getting more of these clinics off the ground.

Secwépemc mother and 4 Generations Creations founder finalist for business award

Ashley Michel started 4 Generations Creations after she realized she had a knack for sewing regalia — now she’s a contestant on Pow Wow Pitch.

Concert at Tk’emlups te Secwepemc aims to ‘bridge a gap between cultures’

Hundreds of people attended the event at the powwow arbour — which was free but encouraged donations for IRSSS.

Propolis Housing Cooperative seeks to build lasting community in Kamloops

Propolis Housing Cooperative is a local example of how housing co-ops can offer community-centered solutions to the housing crisis.

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