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“I am a Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, or free to choose those who shall govern my country. This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold for myself and all mankind.” ~~ John G. Diefenbaker

CATHY McLEOD – Working Together


Sylvia Arduini is teaching a live online yoga class via the Clearwater Community Recreation and Healthy Living Program Facebook page. 


Clearwater has shifted its rec classes online, since COVID has nixed face-to-face classes for now. It’s free to anyone, not just district residents, and covers fitness for all ages and energies, including chair yoga for seniors, Total Body “Konditioning” for cardio enthusiasts, even a short, daily inspirational talk.  


It’s on the Clearwater Community Recreation and Healthy Living
Program Facebook page
and folks can participate in a live class or at a time that suits them. 


Clearwater Chief Administrative Officer Leslie Groulx says healthy living is a philosophy of council and they felt maintaining rec programs now is more important than ever to the community’s well-being. 


I couldn’t agree more, another lovely example of “Working Together.” 





My offices are receiving a high volume of calls and emails from constituents looking for help, so I thought it would be useful to provide a list of go-to contact info. 


Canada Emergency Response Benefit ... Click Here

Apply by phone: 1-800-959-2019; questions: 1-833-966-2099


Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy ... Click Here


Employment Insurance (EI): 1-800-206-7218


Canada Revenue Agency (CRA):
Individuals: 1-800-959-8281
Business / GST: 1-800-959-5525


Service Canada 

Request a callback within 48 hours (via online portal) ... Click Here




Lending a hand in Kamloops’ economic recovery


I am pleased to be joining other Kamloops political, business and educational leaders as part of the Mayor’s Task Force in Economic Recovery and Renewal.

We will start meeting this month and work toward reopening the economy. 


I am looking forward to working with other communities in our riding to brainstorm about positive business opportunities.



Cathy McLeod ... is the Conservative MP for the riding of Kamloops, Thompson, Cariboo


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