Burn awwareness week is coing up and there's a lot to think about on this subject. Kamloops Fire and Rescue Captain Shelden Guertin talked with Jim Harrison about this very important week on Jan 29th.
There's a lot on Venture Kamloops plate and to fill us in, Executive Director Jim Anderson dropped by the Jim Harrison Show to update us.
Retirement planning is getting tougher all the time. Chris Buttigeig, Senior Manager with BMO, popped by to discuss this matter with Jim Harrison Jan 29th.
Kamloops Mayor Peter Milobar made his weekly appearance to the Harrison Show to talk municipal issues in the Tournament Capital.
The Federal Government of Canada is making some major changes to the the penal code affecting serious crimes. Micah Rankin is an assistant Law professor at TRU and joined Jim Harrison on Wednesday, January 28th with his reaction.
Have you ever wanted to unplug from all that technology and live off the land? David Cox and his wife are 'living off the grid'. He shared the 'why' on the Harrison Show on Wednesday, January 28th.
The Bird flu has arrived in BC. Dr Perry Kendall joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, January 27th to put this strain of Avian influenza into perspective.
Forests, Lands and Resource Operations Minister Steve Thomson swung by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, January 27th to calm the waters of BC hunters, whom are up in arms over changes to their sport.
Richard Wagamese is a renowned First Nations author. He joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, January 27th to talk about his latest novel.
Statistics show that the smoking rate for men is higher than that of women. Jon Schmidt of the BC Lung Association swung by the Harrison Show on Thursday, January 22nd to talk about a new quit-smoking-website solely dedicated to men.
The Canadian dollar has been in freefall of late, but how does a low loonie relate to tourism numbers in Canada? Ian Robertson of TIABC joined Jim Harrison on Thursday, January 22nd to answer that question and discuss tourism in general.
The local hospitality sector in Kamloops. How is it doing and what do the prospects look like for 2015? Restaurant consultant Bryce Herman swung by the Harrison Show on Thursday, January 22nd to talk food!
Kamloops Mayor Peter Milobar swung by the Harrison Show on Wednesday, January 21st with his weekly update on what was a very colourful, disruptive City Council meeting this week.
The "Big One"; is it inevitable? Natural Resources Canada Seismologist Alison Bird joined Jim Harrison on Wednesday, January 21st to talk about the risk of a major earthquake along the BC coast.
The North Shore. Guest Host Nelly Dever is joined by NSBIA Executive Director Steven Puhallo on Wednesday, January 21st to talk about the fasted growing part of Kamloops.
Do you exercise on a regular basis or do you find you just don't have the time? Physiotherapist and Fitness Instructor Tammy Uyeda is a Kamloops resident and developer of the Fit-Spark app to help people keep their exercise regimen. She joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, January 20th to talk about it.
With a spate of police killings of late, it begs the question: "what's going wrong?"
Rob Kreasser is a retired RCMP Constable and a member of MPPAC. He joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, January 20th to try to answer some of these vexing questions.
BC Premier Christy Clark swung by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, January 20th to talk about the challenging climate in the resource sector, with falling oil prices..
The Target chain is pulling out of Canada, closing all it's stores and laying off nearly 18,000 employees. Jim Harrison was joined by Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Deb McLelland on Thursday, January 15th to talk about the local economic implications, as well as their upcoming gala.
Sexual exploitation of children; it's a troubling topic and one that needs to be addressed. Diane Sowden is the Executive Director of the Children of the Street Society and she swung by the Harrison Show on Thursday, January 15th to talk about their latest campaign to protect children.
It's the Canadian Tire story. Guest host Nelly Dever was joined by Kamloops Canadian Tire owner Jack Jussola on the Wednesday, January 14th program.
Kamloops Mayor Peter Milobar made his weekly appearance on the Harrison Show to talk about issues and challenges facing Kamloops.
We've all heard the tragic news of the senseless slaughter of those cartoonists in Paris, France. What implications does this have for the media and Freedom of the Press? Former Vancouver Sun Editorial Cartoonist Dan Murphy joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, January 13th with his perspective on the topic.
Low gas prices at the pump has been a welcome sight for motorists; however, is there a downside? Jim Harrison was joined on Tuesday, January 13th by the Chief Economist of BMO, Douglas Porter to put sagging oil prices in perspective.