Josh and the Armchair Mayor: Kami's comeback

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Armchair Mayor Mel Rothenburger and our Josh Pagé have the scoop on Kami the Fish's potential comeback. Is it the solution to Kamloops' identity crisis (CBC, image courtesy Arjunkamloops/Flickr).

You could say Kamloops has had a bit of an identity crisis over the years.

Now we're branded as the Tournament Capital of Canada, but you might remember "The Hub City," or "A Lake a Day for as Long as you Stay."

And then there was Kami the Fish.

Inspired by the former fish mascot, our Josh Pagé and Mel Rothenburger went to Riverside Park to talk about what Kamloops really is as a city.

Here is Josh and the Armchair Mayor.

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