Sunday, September 29, 2019

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Event: Kamloops Debate on the Environment

From the British Columbia Sustainable Energy Association Website:

Transition Kamloops and the Kamloops Chapter of the BC Sustainable Energy Association invite the public to a pre-election debate on October 3 focussing on environmental issues of national and local interest.  The two groups, along with students and concerned local citizens, offer this non-partisan event to give voters in the Kamloops–Thompson–Cariboo riding a chance to hear the federal candidates speak on this important topic.
The Kamloops Debate on Environment is one of the 100 Debates campaign taking place across Canada on October 3.  For more information visit  The goal is to create a nationwide conversation about the environment, giving voters an opportunity to learn about what is shaping up to be one of the top issues of this federal election.  All debates will be strictly non-partisan.

When: Thursday, October 3, 2019 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Where: at TRU in the House of Learning, Rm 190 (the “pit house”). The moderator is Mel Rothenburger.
Cost: Free!  Just show up! (Parking on the TRU Campus is free in the evenings)

Focus and Format: Each candidate will provide an opening and closing statement and will respond to questions on local and national environmental issues that have been made available to them prior to the debate.
Participation: All candidates whose names will appear on the ballot for the forthcoming Federal Election for the riding of Kamloops--Thompson—Cariboo have been invited to participate.  
Public engagement: The public may submit written questions to the moderator prior to the start time of 7 p.m. These will be grouped, triaged and presented at the discretion of the moderator.  There will not be open mic questions.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

AGM AGENDA: Sept 22, 2019

Download the agenda (PDF)

Special requests: 
  • Refer to the minutes of the 2018 AGM ahead of the meeting. A few printed reference copies will be made available at the meeting
  • Bring $10 to maintain your LLJCA membership 

Lac Le Jeune Conservation Association
Annual General Meeting
Lac Le Jeune Provincial Park Day Area
September 22, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm

1.     Adoption of minutes from the 2018 AGM
2.     Treasurer's report – Leyla Johnson
3.     Lake Monitoring Program – Marge Sidney & Hugh Burton
4.     TNRD area J representative – Ronaye Elliot
5.     Clean Drain Dry Partners
6.     Greater Kamloops Motorcycle Association
7.     Community contact & mailing list
8.     RCMP Logan Lake
9.     Invasive Plant Program – Funding update Cindy Swain
10.  Other business
11.  Elections
12.  Bat House draw

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Seeking Waterfront Property for Sale on Lac Le Jeune

I am a realtor from Abbotsford looking for waterfront property on Lac Le Jeune for my parents/clients. They are very nice people. They know and love the area and are looking to retire there. They are serious buyers and I am hoping to find them a waterfront property on Lac Le Jeune as soon as possible.

If you or someone you know owns waterfront property on the lake and are looking to sell please contact me!

Ultimately they would like to build a home, so the rougher and older a home the better (or a vacant lot), but if a respectable home came up that they could make their own, that would work as well. If you or someone you know owns a property that fits the description and is looking to sell please let me know! If you are currently an owner looking to sell and are working with a realtor that is great as well. Please have them contact me directly any time.

This is not an effort to list property in the area as I live too far away! My only desire is to find my parents a home! Please help!

Thank you,
Dave Bishop
Homelife Glenayre Realty Co Ltd
Abbotsford BC

Cell 604-302-6403