Western Canada Baseball Championships could go up in smoke if Kamloops air quality doesn’t improve quickly

Western Canada Baseball Championships could go up in smoke if Kamloops air quality doesn't improve quickly
Kamloops teams/tournaments keep an eye to the sky
Two years of planning and preparation could all be for naught if the smoke situation doesn't improve in Kamloops. The organizers of Western Canada Baseball Championships will decide on Monday, Aug. 14, whether the tournament will be 

KAMLOOPS – Two years of planning and preparation could all be for naught if the smoke situation doesn't improve in Kamloops. The organizers of Western Canada Baseball Championships will decide on Monday, Aug. 14, whether the tournament will be

Chris Wlodarczyk, better known as Uncle Chris the Clown, has lost thousands of dollars in business because of cancellations due to wildfires. Image Credit: FACEBOOK/(Uncle Chris the Clown). August 11, 2017 – 8:00 PM. KAMLOOPS – If being a. KAMLOOPS — Wildfire smoke that has blanketed Kamloops for more than a week has created problems for some sports teams and tournaments — affecting outdoor practice for WolfPack soccer and Broncos football. The Bronce home game against the

Kamloops has been under a haze of smoke from nearby wildfires for much of the summer. (KTW file photo). With air quality in Kamloops refusing to budge from potentially dangerous levels due to smoke from nearby wildfires, the office of the provincial …

After more than two months without significant rainfall, there might be some wet stuff this weekend. Environment Canada is calling for a 60% chance of showers late in the afternoon on Saturday. <who>Photo Credit: Environment Canada. Photo Credit:. KAMLOOPS -The smoke and heat seem endless in the Tournament Capital, but lower temperatures and rain are finally in the forecast this weekend. It is anticipated that rain will come on Sunday with temperatures in the mid-20s. Environment Canada predicts
Business may be down, but operations that depend on tourism are coping with the effects of the wildfires and the smoke they bring. Fewer people are coming to the city, with hoteliers, tour operators and business owners taking notice. Privato Winery …

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