Josh and the Armchair Mayor: North Shore business

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Family friendly places like McDonald Park are key to keeping the North Shore business area vibrant, as Mel Rothenburger and Josh Pagé discuss (Josh Pagé/CBC).
It may not be fair, but Kamloops' North Shore has something of a rough reputation.

Drive down Tranquille road, and it's easy to see some stores have had a tough go.

Now the area's shops and restaurants have someone new looking out for them.
There's a new manager of the  North Shore Business Improvement Assocation.

She was at the group's annual general meeting on Tuesday, and later on Thursday she'll meet with the association's board.

Some would say she's got a big job ahead of her.

Josh Pagé and Mel Rothenburger grabbed a coffee and went for a stroll down Tranquille in this week's episode of Josh and the Armchair Mayor.
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