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Category Archives: CAP Team

The Cabin at The Old Museum

Last week I had the opportunity to stop by the Kamloops Museum and Archives. I love that there is so much to see, learn and do at the museum! In my opinion, the most intriguing part is the cabin INSIDE of the museum. Yes, you read that right, there is a historic building inside of […]

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Where Are They Now Series

The Customer Care & Patrol (CAP) Team was designed to help youth develop skills that could help participants in the work force and provide relevant experience related to their career goals. Over 85 students and youth have gone through the program since it started in 2004, each securing positions in desired career fields or continuing […]

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There’s Always Something Happening Downtown!

Happy New Year from the KCBIA and the CAP Team! Now that we are back into the swing of things, its time for some events that you can enjoy this week Downtown! We have a wide variety of activities going on downtown, not just winter themed, to get you out of the house. So, dig […]

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A Year in Review and a Merry Christmas to you!

We’re at the peak of the holiday season here in Downtown Kamloops! From people taking part in the season’s festivities and events, to last minute gift shopping, to folks enjoying a stroll along the Rivers Trail with family and friends, Downtown Kamloops is full of excitement this time of year! Of course, the more temperate […]

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50 Dates in DTK

“It’s easy, all you need is love.” Yes, the Beatles certainly said it best and what better way to find (or re-ignite) love than by checking out all of what Downtown Kamloops has to offer for the dating scene. Whether it’s a first date or a hundredth, here are 50 ideas for fun! Take a […]

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Remembering in Downtown Kamloops

“It was a short peace in a terrible war.” These were the remarks of Alfred Anderson, a Scottish veteran, recounting the events of the Christmas Truce of 1914. This unofficial truce saw roughly 100,000 German and British troops in the Belgium Front temporarily cease fire in the spirit of the holiday. In some instances, carols […]

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SUSTAINABILITY & COFFEE

The Kamloops Central Business Improvement Association (KCBIA) represents Downtown businesses, developers and property owners. This year, Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) released a Biosphere Adhesion Guide for its stakeholders. This guide explained TOTA’s drive for sustainability and the encompassment of all aspects of cultural, social, environmental and economic health. Falling in line with TOTA’s drive, […]

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State of Downtown at a Glance

We often talk about patrolling and the statistics collected on our everyday adventures – but patrolling is only one part of the many fragments that make up the CAP Team job description. Along with projects like the Cigarette Recycling Program, events assistance, Back Alley Art Gallery Mural Program and tours and weekly reporting to various […]

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Summer Wrap Up!

With the arrival of September comes the wrap-up of another successful summer for the CAP Team! Throughout the season the team has answered many safety calls, assisted many people, and helped execute many events. With that in mind, let’s go over some stats that we kept track of over the past 4 months while working […]

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The Cabin in the Kamloops Museum and Archives

We are back with another history of Downtown Kamloops article! This week we will focus on the Cabin currently displayed in the Kamloops Museum and Archives located on the 200 block of Seymour Street. Last week, Keely Bland, one of the Museum Educators kindly gave us a history lesson on the cabin and its inhabitants […]

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