its been a tough time for everyone and some of us have spent alot of time at home.Others front liners have worked very hard for us. Thank you for all you have done.

The folks who stayed home spent more time with their families, perhaps time to get some yardwork and planting done, work on the interior and exterior of our homes, play some board games (got away from the cell phones), crafts,  time to walk the dog and consequently get into better condition ourselves. My daughter brought out the sewing maching and starting making a few summer outfits. Craft time and play time. 

I did alot of these things and also took the opportunity to work towards my MCNE designation, which is Master Certified Negotiation Expert. I have got it done. I am looking forward to using these skills to negotiate for my clients in this new and interesting Real Estate marketplace. Give me a call or text at 250-319-3876 and lets talk. Also email me at dbinkamloops@shaw.ca or Denise Bouwmeester on facebook. ...

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Being a native of Kamloops has allowed me to watch Kamloops grow into the fifth largest city in BC, one of people and a four season destination. This city has a wide array of job opportunites, various option for leisure activities, Thompson Rivers University, unique educational options and a friendly place to call home. 

Kamloops offrs a wide range of career opportunities presented by Interior Health Agency, School District #73, Highland Valley Copper Mine, Thompson Rivers University City of Kamloops, BC Lottery Corporation, New Gold Afton, CN & CP Rail and Domtar. 

Kamloops has deeply unique and cultural and geographical diveristy "Kamloops" derived fromt he Schwepemec work, T'Kemlups directly translate to :the meeting of the waters", because of the North and South Thompson, right through the centre of the city through to Kamloops Lake. The Kamloops Indian Bank has deep roots within our community and offers tours of their histroical museum, as well as their grounds with a...

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