Gayle Duteil is the President of the BC Nurses Union. She joined Jim Harrison on Thursday, July 2nd to address some of the major concerns nurses have in the province.
Dr. Brian Webb is the President of the Doctors of BC. He swung by the Harrison Show on Thursday, July 2nd to get us up to date on the doctor shortage, amongst other pressing issues.
Road safety in British Columbia; it's weighs heavily on the shoulders of MLA and Transportation Minister Todd Stone, especially in light of that major tour bus crash on the Coquihalla last week. He joined Jim Harrison on Thursday, July 2nd to talk about the crash, amongst other issues.
Kamloops Mayor Peter Milobar popped by the Harrison Show Thursday,July 2nd to get us up to date on that flash flood that swamped parts of Kamloops last week.
The BC Wildlife Park is a major attraction in the southern interior. Manager Glenn Grant popped by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, June 30th to talk about their 5 year strategic Master Plan.
Is sexual assault an issue on the campus of TRU? TRU student Jean Strong joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, June 30th to discuss her personal experience.
TRU's Dean of Student Services Christine Adam also awung by the Harrison Show with TRU's sexual assualt policy.
The Federal government has introduced some significant changes to the federal immigration policy. Kamloops Immigrant Services Executive Director Paul Lagace has some real concerns about these changes as he joined Jim Harrison on Thursday, June 25th.
Canada Day in Kamloops July 1st. Kamloops Multicultural Services Chair Ray Dhaliwal popped by the Harrison Show on Thursday, June 25th to share this years exciting lineup of events.
Corrections overcrowding and assaults. Is it out of control? Dean Purdy is with the BCGEU and joined Jim Harrison on Thursday, June 25th to sound the alarm bells.
Kamloops Mayor Peter Milobar took the time to update us on city business during his weekly visit to the Harrison Show Wednesday.
Craft beers; it's a growing commodity. TRU Microbiologist Jonathan Van Damme swung by the Harrison Show June 24th to explain how his department is helping local breweries make better beers.
Wineries are becoming more commonplace in Kamloops. Trish Morelli of the Kamloops Winery Association joined Jim Harrison on Wednesfay, June 24th to toast a growing wine industry in the region.
Does healthy food have to taste like sawdust? Carla Lee Johnston of Team Humanity Foods says: no! She is the founder of the Nutburger. She joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, June 23rd to talk about her products.
The Biosolids debate....Tim Bell, Brad English and Holly swung by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, June 23rd to try to set the record straight.
Should wolves be culled in BC to reduce the risk to livestock? Sadie Parr is a wolf advocate and says the measure is cruel and counter-productive. She joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, June 23rd to plead her case.