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Mrs. B's House Of Flowers

Order flowers and gifts from Mrs. B's House Of Flowers located in Kamloops BC for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 148 Tranquille Rd, Kamloops British Columbia V2B3G1 Zip. The phone number is (250) 554-4231. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Mrs. B's House Of Flowers in Kamloops BC. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Mrs. B's House Of Flowers delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Mrs. B's House Of Flowers
148 Tranquille Rd
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(250) 554-4231
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Nature had a great friend in Ralph Shaw

While a teacher and principal in Kamloops, Shaw helped establish the McQueen Lake Environmental Centre, 16 kilometres north of Kamloops. It is today owned by the Kamloops-Thompson school district and used by classes for field trips. Shaw worked for the Simon Fraser University Summer Institute at McQueen Lake, specializing in wilderness survival and outdoor skills. During the 1960s and 1970s, he spoke throughout North America on conservation and outdoor education. Shaw was a contributing member of several conservation groups and a founder of several more. He was involved in the B.C. Wildlife Federation, receiving the Ted Barsby Award as Conservationist of the Year in 1984 and the President’s Awards for his work on saltwater fisheries in 1990. In 1998, he was appointed to the B.C. Sport Fishing Hall of Fame. A past chairman of the Sport Fishery Advisory Board, Shaw was a member of the Pacific Salmon Commission for two years. He was a staunch advocate for the recreational fishery at the conference board of the International Pacific Halibut Commission. One of the many awards to come Shaw’s way was in 2007 when the B.C. Lieutenant-Governor invited him to a reception in Victoria to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Nature Trust of BC — a group he was instrumental in creating. Shaw’s retirement years provided him time to concentrate on his writing and his weekly column in the Comox Valley Record newspaper and The Island Fisherman and The Island Angler magazines garnered several awards. He contributed chapters to several books, none more successful than The Pleasure of His Company — The Fishing Diaries of Jack Shaw in 2008 that was a tribute to his good friend (and no relation) Jack Shaw. Proceeds from the sales of the book went  to the McQueen Lake Environmental Centre and the Freshwater Fisheries Association of B.C. to teach children how to fish. “The role of the successful fisherman and hunter is to share the produce. That’s a very critical aspect,” he said in 2008. “It’s not just sharing the catch. It’s ... (Kamloops This Week)


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