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 trading post moved, lolo took took over the abandoned buildings and started his own store. He kept a herd of horses in the Scheidam Flats area. Mt.Lolo was named in his honour.
**Information obtained Kamloops Museum and Archives