So what was the deal with toilet paper (tp)? Why was it so hard to find for a while at the start of the pandemic? Really, it was simply a temporary supply and demand issue: there are lots of Canadian … Continue reading Flushing our forests down the toilet
People have been baking leavened bread (the kind that rises) for thousands of years—long before yeast was commercially available at the local grocer. Continue reading No yeast? No problem!
August 7 – 9, 2015 Sun Peaks Resort — Alpine Village Presented by the Green Art Festival Association, this new and highly anticipated festival featuring art and design inspired by themes of nature and sustainability will be attended by prominent … Continue reading Midnight Sun Art & Film Festival
World-renowned urban advisor Gil Peñalosa recently conducted a workshop at the CommUnity Innovation Lab, held in Kamloops Feb. 3 – 5. Approximately 80 people took part in the workshop and walking tour of our downtown, and about 200 people attended the evening … Continue reading What is an 8-80 City?
GE Free is thrilled to host the first film in the Films for Change series (’cause a change is gonna do ya good!) Queen of the Sun: What are the Bees Telling Us? is a winner of 10 international film … Continue reading Queen of the Sun: What are the Bees Telling Us?
Kamloops 350 has come up with a unique way to start a conversation on climate change, and the public is invited to try it out tomorrow at Clean Air Day, downtown Kamloops from 9 am to 3 pm. Bonus: there … Continue reading Test your climate IQ, win a cookie!