We often talk about the depth and passion for our Mutli-cultural DNA on the Shore. Nowhere else in Kamloops was there a higher proportion of international immigrants who came to plant and grow their future in the fertile soils of the North Bank of the Thomson River. We feel tremendous pride of the accomplishments of our forefathers, many of whom still remain on the Shore. In this section we tell the stories of some of our early pioneers, how they helped to build our community, and how we benefit from their hard work, sacrifices and contributions.
Most of this information was pulled together by the kind work of the Kamloops Family History Society, The Kamloops Museum and Archives, Find-a-Grave and other online resources, and our community residents who have shared their recollections and knowledge of the Shore, from Overlander’s Bridge to Tranquille Farm and all the way up Westside. We hope you enjoy learning about our neighbourhoods.
Follow this link to learn about how some Street Names came to be, in the North Shore, Batchelor and Westside.
Murals on the Shore
Follow this link to learn about the Murals you will find on the North Shore.