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While the tourism industry continues to show strength, labour shortages and short-term rentals are having a dampening effect on some of its operators, according to hospitality industry consultants Chemistry Consulting.

Frank Bourree, Chemistry principal, said that while the industry continues to see increased traffic and visitation to the region, hotel occupancy has been down the last two months and some restaurants and hotels have struggled to find staff.

August 3, 2017 by admin

Navy Lt. Melissa Kia headed to Kamloops from CFB Esquimalt Monday afternoon to be part of the military response to Interior wildfires.

Kia, a public affairs officer with the Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre, said a number of aircraft, including two Chinook helicopters, have been deployed from Vancouver Island and could help in rescue operations. For now, the plan is to talk to the authorities involved and do whatever they need, said Kia.

July 10, 2017 by admin

Key staff members in the provincial government will find out soon if they will still have jobs once the New Democrats take power.

“You want to have as many people as you can determined before cabinet is sworn in,” Carole James, spokeswoman for the NDP transition and MLA for Victoria-Beacon Hill, said Thursday.

With the swearing-in ceremony set for July 18, premier-designate John Horgan and his team has just 11 days to sort out the top staff roles.

July 7, 2017 by admin


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