Josh and the Armchair Mayor: first impressions

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This week's episode of Josh and the Armchair Mayor discusses first impressions of Kamloops as seen on Google images (CBC).
If you were to judge Kamloops like a book, what impression would you get from the city's cover?

City councillor Nelly Dever says our gateways could really use some work.

Those welcome signs on the highway that visitors first see, or at the airport, where passengers are greeted by rusted oil drums and a lot of nothingness.

This week's episode of Josh and the Armchair Mayor fuels up and hits the road to offer some first impressions.

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