Water to wine

Kamloops’ newest winery tour follows an ancestral Indigenous path The meeting of the North and South Thompson Rivers is a geographical landmark that has been translated into imagery defining Kamloops for as long as people have called these lands home. Nowadays we travel over and around the two rivers, rarely using the natural current to commute except for the odd summer...
Headlining this weekend’s summer concert, six-time Juno Award winner Serena Ryder will storm the stage at 7 p.m. on July 27.  Known for her hit single Stompa, a 4x platinum single in Canada, she is recognized for her folk-rock sound. Opening for Ryder is Dustin Bentall who just released High In the Satellite, his first new music in over five...
Each year wildflowers blanket the slopes of Sun Peaks to the delight of visitors from around the world. From dainty blue blooms to bold red flowers every colour is represented vividly. Check out our guide to Sun Peaks' flowers below or bring it along on your next hike to learn more. Arrow-Leaved Groundsel They're widespread and common at higher elevations in wet...
After months of work in the classroom, students from Chase Secondary School celebrated at the opening of their new story trail in June. In partnership with the BC Parks Foundation, BC Parks, School District 73 (SD73), the Habitat Conservation Trust and Adams Lake Interfor, the class created an interpretive trail in Tsútswecw Provincial Park (formerly Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park) near...
The village is bursting with new flavours and culinary creations this summer as restaurant owners and chefs put the finishing touches on summer menus. For most, their new menus will highlight dishes they're known for while bringing in new items. But some are unveiling completely new menus.     Masa’s Bar + Grill Masa’s Bar + Grill head chef Mitchel Bush has...