I believe neighbourhood or community associations could and should have a huge role in shaping Kamloops in the future by being active and advocates for the values that are important to their community or neighbourhood.
Give credit to the idea to Dieter Duty and his group for this concept. I like it, but not in Riverside Park. This is my variation of their idea.
The old Ministry of Highways building at 6th and Columbia Street should be to transformed into a Granville Island style market with artisans, the Farmers Market, and more green space to connect the Springhill multi-purpose pathway and Peterson Creek Park. The buildings have large doors that would allow the the farmers market to be inside during bad weather and outside when it is nice.
It is a logical extension of the green space and adds community connectivity. This site is centrally located and is a natural hub space to link our city. This is my idea for the future that will help define and enhance our great city.