Customer Driven and Reliable
For forty years, CML Properties has provided outstanding property management services to commercial and residential properties in Kamloops. Ken Wallin started the company in 1980, and CML Properties has been in the Wallin family ever since. Their team is committed to best practice property management services. Their clientele knows they can expect a maximum return on their investment as well as the peace of mind that comes from knowing that their properties are in the best hands. CML Properties has built a reputation for excellence and reliability in the interior of BC. Many of CML’s clients have been with them since they first opened their doors four decades ago. CML’s unique combination of industry expertise and best practice systems makes them an industry leader. They are known for providing excellent property stewardship to their customers.
A Kamloops Business
CML Properties is also first and foremost a Kamloops business. Their location on Lansdowne Street makes them especially accessible to their clientele. Their team is proud to be a part of the Kamloops community. They especially enjoy being a part of Downtown Kamloops, with its vibrant atmosphere and scenery. Kamloops is in CML’s roots, and they are loyal to their customer base. Having been a part of the Downtown Kamloops community for so long, they are experts on what it takes to succeed here. We asked the HR and office manager at CML Properties, Joan Zammit, what advice she would give to new businesses in Downtown Kamloops. She replied, “Support other local businesses. [Kamloops] is a wonderful community and being able to support one another in our business needs is what makes everyone stronger. Find a mentor who has been through this before and use them for guidance.”
The CML Properties office is located at 272 Lansdowne Street. It is open from 8:30-4:30, Monday to Friday. They also have a 24-hour emergency service available to their clients. They can be reached by calling (250) 372-1232. For more information, please visit their website at https://www.cmlproperties.ca/.
For anyone looking for a patient-centered dental experience, Empire Dental is the place to go. Dr. Dhaval Admar, BDS, DDS, owns Empire Dental and is committed to giving his clients world-class dentistry without sacrificing excellent customer service. Always considerate, Dr. Admar makes sure to listen to his clients’ wants and needs before coming up with a treatment plan. He is also passionate about giving his clients the best treatment available and stays up to date on the latest techniques and technologies. He uses 3D scanning, laser technology, and digital smile design technology among many others to ensure his clients are receiving the best care possible.
Dr. Admar first received his Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) in 2010 in India before immigrating to Canada where he received his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) in 2014. He then worked as an associate dentist in Saskatoon, SK. In 2018, Dr. Admar moved to Kamloops and purchased the Empire Dental practice. Dr. Admar now employs five dental hygienists, assistants, and receptionists who are all committed to providing the best service possible to their clients.
The staff at Empire Dental love working in downtown Kamloops. Dr. Admar was motivated to move to BC because of the mountains, and to Kamloops in specific because he was drawn to the tight-knit working environment at Empire Dental. According to his staff, they love the vibrant atmosphere downtown and the friendly, welcoming people.
Empire Dental’s hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8am to 4:30 pm. For more information, visit their website at www.empiredental.ca or phone them at 250-374-7227.
The first thing customers can expect when walking into the Lansdowne Liquor Store is that they will be greeted right away with a smile. The staff are always eager to help their customers find what they need. The store, which has been serving the downtown community for twelve years, employs nine staff members.
Ileene, the store manager, is proud of her employees, who she describes as excellent. The staff at the Lansdowne Liquor Store are knowledgeable, friendly, and professional. This, she says, is what keeps her customers coming back for more. When asked about the history of the business, Ileene responded, laughing, “It’s just liquor. That’s it, that’s the history.”
Lansdowne Liquor is at 225-450 Lansdowne Street, and is perfectly located to serve its downtown clientele. Ileene loves working downtown and enjoys seeing the diverse people who come through the business’s front door.
Lansdowne Liquor is open Monday to Saturday, from 9am to 9pm, and on Sundays from 10am to 8pm. Be sure to stop by, say hi, and see what they have on sale. Lansdowne Liquor can be reached by phoning 250-571-1377 or by going to their website, www.lansdowneliquor.ca.
For the past four years, Kelsey Grimm and her team of counsellors at Healing Spaces have been helping clients through difficult times. Kelsey is the founder of this experienced and enthusiastic team, having created Healing Spaces with a dream to provide support and give people someone to talk to when life gets heavy. Healing Spaces is currently made up of a team of seven counsellors, each trained in different specializations, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, trauma therapy, anxiety and depression, and EMDR, or Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.
It is clear from talking to Kelsey Grimm that she is passionate about her work. When asked about what makes her proudest about her work, Kelsey told us that she loves seeing her clients leave feeling good. Her favourite moment is when clients tell her they don’t need her anymore, and hers is probably one of the few business owners who want their clients to stop coming back.
Kelsey has created a welcoming, open environment, complete with a book nook where clients can find books on a variety of subjects related to mental health and healing. The book nook also contains weighted blankets that can help with anxiety. The clean, sunlit office is a peaceful setting where clients are sure to feel safe and at-home.
For more information, or to set up an appointment, Kelsey and her team can be reached by phone at 1-877-325-7484 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Their hours vary, but appointments are available from 8 am to 7 pm, Monday to Friday. For more information, please go to www.healingspaces.centre.
The call for mural artists for summer 2020 is open. The KCBIA began the public mural program in order to make the back alleys part of the downtown Kamloops experience There are now over thirty murals adorning downtown Kamloops’s alleyways and parking lots. Apply to become a lead mural artist now!
Lead Mural Artist
The lead mural artist designs and completes the mural, typically within four to five weeks. Responsibilities include:
- Working with confidence in large scale design and execution
- Cooperating with property owners to create designs
- Teaching, mentoring, and managing an artist’s assistants who will help with the implementation of the design
- Must be able to work with minimal supervision and be able to supervise a small team of assistants.
- Must be prepared to work outside during the summer months.
- Must be willing to work on scaffolding and use the necessary safety equipment.
- Must be able to lift to 50 pounds.
To download a detailed guide for submission click below.
Submit your artist portfolio with qualifications and examples of previous projects and works. Please state the desired compensation, and availability during the summer season. References are requested.
Closing date: July 2nd, 2020
Required Submission Materials
Length: Maximum four 8.5 x 11 pages
Size: 10 MB maximum
File type: Submission should be in a single PDF file
Submit all applications and inquiries to email@example.com
Application deadline: July 2, 2020
Note: Should the proposal requirements for this call be a barrier to you submitting your ideas, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org before May 3rd.
Though this year will look different than past ones, the KCBIA looks forward to sharing new stories in Downtown Kamloops.