A Place You Can Call Home

Kamloops’ North Shore has always been a fiercely proud community. We are proud of our multicultural heritage, proud of our commitment to living in caring neighbourhoods, and we are also proud of the shops, services and restaurants we offer you.

You will find our commercial corridors are rich with opportunities to buy that unique treasure, test your sporting skills, or to recharge your batteries in one of our 40+ restaurants. Regardless of your reason for visiting, we welcome you to the Shore.

 
 
 
 

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Our Stories from the Shore…

Our Pioneers…

Lolo Street

Lolo Street was named for Jean Baptiste Lolo. He was of Iroquois and French heritage. He came west with the HBC fur traders. Jean was a linguist and served as an interpreter. The HBC first Trading Post was on the reserve and relocated to North Kamloops. When the...

Gellrich Avenue

Gellrich Avenue was named for Alfred Richard Gellrich who was born in 1896 in Germany.  He immigrated from Hamburg with his wife, Marta and son Ginter to Winnipeg and gave his occupation as “landarbeiter” (Farm hand or agricultural worker).  Gellrich was subdivided...

Brunner Street

Brunner Place was named for Joe Brunner who came to Canada in 1928 from Austria.  He came to Brocklehurst in 1943 and was well known for his outspokenness and involvement in the community.  He was a lifetime member of the Community Hall Association, twice ran for...

Bray Place

Bray place is named for Fred Bray born Jan 30, 1903 in Devon, England.  He had worked for Mr. Jackson in the Long Lake area of Knutsford when he married Kathleen “Kate” Isobel Lyne, who was born Nov 26, 1911 in Lincolnshire, England. following the marriage they moved...

Bossert Street

Emanuel David Bossert was born in Bessarabia, Romania in 1918 and came to Canada with his parents and siblings in 1928/29. They lived for a time in parts of Alberta.  On arriving in the Kamloops region, he settled in the Brocklehurst area.  Emanuel was a WWII veteran,...

Bentley Place

Bentley Place named for Dalton Wilfred Bentley who came to Kamloops in 1953 and was involved in ranching and land development. He established The Bentley Place Development in Brocklehurst in 1959. Dalton was born 20 March 1903 in Moorhead, Clay County, Minnesota and...

Alhambra Drive

Alhambra Drive is located on the farm originally owned by the Follweiter family. The family also owned farm property between Schriener Street and McLean Street. Johann (John) Follweiter was born on July 31, 1924 in Sajk So Evan, Yugoslavia....

John “Moose” Fulton

"History of Fulton field and John “Moose” Fulton Kamloops Airport is also known as Fulton Field and is named for John Fulton, son of well-known turn of the last century lawyer, Frederick John Fulton and brother of Alexander, Frederick J, and E. D. “Davie” Fulton. ...

Our Street Names

Lolo Street

Lolo Street was named for Jean Baptiste Lolo. He was of Iroquois and French heritage. He came west with the HBC fur traders. Jean was a linguist and served as an interpreter. The HBC first Trading Post was on the reserve and relocated to North Kamloops. When the...

Gellrich Avenue

Gellrich Avenue was named for Alfred Richard Gellrich who was born in 1896 in Germany.  He immigrated from Hamburg with his wife, Marta and son Ginter to Winnipeg and gave his occupation as “landarbeiter” (Farm hand or agricultural worker).  Gellrich was subdivided...

Centennial Drive

Centennial Drive was was named for The Canadian Centennial was a yearlong celebration held in 1967, when Canada celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation. Celebrations occurred throughout the year but culminated on Dominion Day, July 1, 1967.  One...

Brunner Street

Brunner Place was named for Joe Brunner who came to Canada in 1928 from Austria.  He came to Brocklehurst in 1943 and was well known for his outspokenness and involvement in the community.  He was a lifetime member of the Community Hall Association, twice ran for...

Bray Place

Bray place is named for Fred Bray born Jan 30, 1903 in Devon, England.  He had worked for Mr. Jackson in the Long Lake area of Knutsford when he married Kathleen “Kate” Isobel Lyne, who was born Nov 26, 1911 in Lincolnshire, England. following the marriage they moved...

Bossert Street

Emanuel David Bossert was born in Bessarabia, Romania in 1918 and came to Canada with his parents and siblings in 1928/29. They lived for a time in parts of Alberta.  On arriving in the Kamloops region, he settled in the Brocklehurst area.  Emanuel was a WWII veteran,...

Bentley Place

Bentley Place named for Dalton Wilfred Bentley who came to Kamloops in 1953 and was involved in ranching and land development. He established The Bentley Place Development in Brocklehurst in 1959. Dalton was born 20 March 1903 in Moorhead, Clay County, Minnesota and...

Alhambra Drive

Alhambra Drive is located on the farm originally owned by the Follweiter family. The family also owned farm property between Schriener Street and McLean Street. Johann (John) Follweiter was born on July 31, 1924 in Sajk So Evan, Yugoslavia....

Perryville Place

Perryville place was name for the Gorden Perry family. In 1961 these 50 acres of property were bought by Gorden Perry from Mr. Pocott. A house was built and he named the farm Perryville. Gorden Perry built 5 buildings with 2 units in each as rental units. Over the...

Tranquille Road

Tranquille Road is named after Chief Pacamoos, who was nicknamed Tranquille. He was known as a man of peace and his silent demeanor. Chief Tranquille had an argument with Samuel Black, the Hudson Bay Company's Chief Trader. Prior to this, they had been good friends....
The North Shore is a growing community with unlimited potential. I’m very happy to have opened my business on The Shore and am looking forward to many more years of growth and success. Patricia Hunnington

Kamloops, BC