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Kamloops election 2018: John O’Fee doesn’t want to see the status quo when it comes to education

John O’Fee
September 25, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Meghan Wade is a fan of neighbourhood schools and funny socks

Meghan Wade
September 25, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Kerri Schill doesn’t want families to choose between paying fees and putting food on the table

Kerri Schill
September 25, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Beat Klossner thinks school board could do more for education

Beat Klossner
September 24, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: After retiring as a reporter, Dale Bass wants a spot on council

Dale Bass
September 24, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Heather Grieve wants to bring more mental health supports to school district

Heather Grieve
September 24, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Kathleen Karpuk wants to focus on more classrooms for School District 73

Kathleen Karpuk
September 23, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Adam Jensen aims to increase school safety

Adam Jensen
September 23, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Joe Small has spent his life involved in public education, and aims to keep the streak going

Joe Small
September 23, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Caroline King on investing in neighbourhoods that are ‘forgotten or overlooked’

Caroline King
September 22, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Corally Delwo on ‘keeping families together’

Corally Delwo
September 22, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Shawn Harnett wants to be the ‘voice of small business’

Shawn Harnett
September 21, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Dennis Giesbrecht has 3 ideas on how the city could save money

Dennis Giesbrecht
September 20, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Nicholas Adams wants to create opportunity ‘for all’

Nicholas Adams
September 19, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Sadie Hunter brings ‘unique and valuable’ skill set to the table

Sadie Hunter
September 18, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Bill Sarai a ‘fresh new voice’ for city council

Bill Sarai
September 18, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Kathy Sinclair on her vision for the city

Kathy Sinclair
September 17, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Jennifer Dawn Adams on addressing crime in the city

Jennifer Dawn Adams
September 17, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: The youngest candidate on the ballot is 25 and an electrician

Alison Klie
September 16, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: Mike O’Reilly on the most important issue facing the city

Mike O’Reilly
September 16, 2018 Click to Visit

Kamloops election 2018: William James Turnbull on why he’s running for mayor

William James Turnbull
September 15, 2018 Click to Visit