The North and South Thompson Rivers meet in Kamloops, where the city takes its name from the Secwe̓pemc word "Tk'emlúps", meaning "where the rivers meet". The Secwe̓pemc, also known as Shuswap, people have a long history in the Kamloops area.

Salmon Run: 4000 KM to Home

September 26, 2019

Each year, the Sockeye Salmon, found only in the Northern Pacific Ocean, make their way back to their birthplace to spawn. The journey from birth to the ocean and back is a round trip of over 4,000 kilometres.