CommUnity Innovation Lab 2015 in Kamloops at Thompson Rivers University
8:00am February 3, 2015
The Fresh Outlook Foundation (FOF) in partnership with Thompson Rivers University (TRU), the Real Estate Foundation of BC, the City of Kamloops, SustaiNet Software, the BC Sustainable Energy Association, and Urban Systems is hosting the first-ever CommUnity Innovation Lab (CIL) in Kamloops.
3:30pm February 3, 2015
Learn about new ways to foster climate action awareness and action by using simple tools such as Google Earth, Street View, and Photoshop.
7:00pm February 3, 2015
This session is called Integrating & Celebrating Western & First Nations’ Values & Successes and will feature experts from a variety of sectors,
7:00pm February 4, 2015
What are the benefits of transforming cities into places where people can walk, bike, access transit, and visit vibrant parks and public places, no matter their age, ability, or social status?
9:00am February 5, 2015
Through presentations and lively discussion, learn more about security, privacy, and best practices that all organizations face around issues like cloud services, social media, big data, the internet-of-things, and mobile devices.
Sweater Day
10:00am February 5, 2015
Thompson Rivers University will be turning down the temperature while turning up the fun during National Sweater Day on Feb. 5.
4:00pm February 5, 2015
Dr. Eli Bridge, Oklahoma Biological Survey, presents "There and back again: A bunting's tale" during this presentation of the Environmental Sciences Seminar Series.

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