Crowdfunding; it's huge and growing weekly. Michael Johnston is with Hewitt and Johnston Consultants and joined Jim Harrison on Thursday, February 28th to address the downside of Crowdfunding.
There's talk that Police Officers will soon be equipped with "Body Cameras". Not everyone is a fan of the idea, including Michael Vonn of the BC Civil Liberties Association. She joined Jim Harrison on Thursday, February 26th to voice her concerns.
If you're on the internet, have you ever exceeded your allowable data useage? It's a growing problem, according to Telus' Shawn Hall, who swung by the Harrison Show on Thursday, February 26th to talk about it.
Kamloops Mayor Peter Milobar made his weekly visit to the Harrison Show on Wednesday, February 25th to talk local politics.
Rob Creasser is a retired RCMP Constable and the President of the Mounted Police Professiobal Association. He joined Jim Harrison on Wednesday, February 25th to give us a progress report on the Supreme Court decision that allows RCMP members to 'organize'..
Oncologist Dr Richard Klasa is with Canadian Doctors for Medicare. He swung by the Harrison Show on Wednesday, February 25th to plead his case that the Public Health Care system is being threatened by Private Care.
Clover is the Kermode bear residing at the BC Wildlfie Park He'll soon be coming out of hibernation and welcoming the public. Manager Glenn Grant popped by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, February 24th to talk about this Spirit Bear.
Hydro rates are on the rise in BC and many consumers are looking to save money. Pat Mathot is the Residential Marketing Manager for BC Hydro. He joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, February 24th to talk about a new high-tech tool to monitor your hydro useage.
NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair swung by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, February 24th to talk about issues facing Canadians and top-of-mind for his party.
She bills herself as the "Bipolar Princess" and she is sharing her personal story with others. Victoria Maxwell joined Jim Harrison on Thursday, February 19th to dispel the myths and hopefully dissipate some of the stigma surrounding mental illness.
He is, without a doubt, one of the most colourful and controversial members of Kamloops Council. Donovan Cavers joined guest-host Nelly Dever on the February 19th Jim Harrison Show to talk about pressing local issues.
Kamloops Mayor Peter Milobar swung by for his weekly update on the Harrison Show on Wednesday, February 18th. He addressed what impact the BC Budget will have on City Hall.
The BC Budget was tabled Tuesday in Victoria. Finance Minister Mike DeJong joined Jim Harrison on the 18th to re-cap the highlights of his financial document.
The Special Olympics BC Winter Games are nearly here. To explain the Games and what it means for Kamloops, Jim Harrison was joined by Games Chair Pat Davis on the February 17th program.
Body Art; Is it on the rise? Rocky McAbee of Rocky's Tattoos swung by the Harrison on Tuesday, February 17th to talk tattoos.
After 30 years in mining, the local president of USWA at Highland Valley Copper is retiring. He joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, February 17th to talk about his career.
The Mount Polley disaster has made the mining industry sit up and take notice and re-evaluate their own facilities. Scott Davidson is with the New Afton Mine west of Kamloops. He joined Jim Harrison on Thursday, February 12th to talk about his mines tailings impoundment facility.
BC NDP Leader John Horgan swung by the Harrison Show on Thursday, February 12th with his reaction to this weeks throne speech in BC.
With Valentines Day nearly here, this interview was a gimme. It's called "Panty By Post". Entrepeneur Natalie Grunberg joined Jim Harrison on Wednesday, February 11th to explain her rather unique idea.
Do germs affect how you choose your partner? Apparently so, according to Dr Bill Miller,who says microbiology affects humans in a very big way. He swung by the Harrison Show on Wednesday, February 11th to explain.
School District #73 School board member Sheryl Lindquist popped by the Harrison Show on Wednesday, February 11th to talk about the new Trades and Technology Centre that recently opened in Kamloops.
The "Forum For Women Entrepreneurs" is coming up, and General manager Lisa Niemetscheck provided details on the impact these women have on the B.C. economy, and also provided details on the forum, on the Tuesday, February 10th show.
Clyde Gillespie is the Project Manager for KGHM Ajax Mines and he took the time on Tuesday, February 10th to update residents on the planning and the status of various decisions that will have to be made.
Alan Hobler is the Manager of Kamloops Search and Rescue, and he was Jim's guest on Tuesday morning, February 10th, and provided details on the work and volunteers involved.
BC's Nika Guilbault is quite the story! Spending her summers in the Yukon mining for gold with her husband lead to a part in a reality TV show. All the details were heard on the Tuesday, February 10th show.