Futuristic Newspaper Takes Satirical Stance Against Open-Pit Mining

A new publication in Kamloops is putting a lighthearted spin on local environmental issues.

Kamloops Direly News released the first issue , and it is a newspaper set in the future taking a satirical stance on the current issues in Kamloops, specifically having an open-pit mine near the city.

The newspaper printed 3,000 copies that have been distributed among willing businesses, waiting rooms, and public spaces in Kamloops. Direly News is also relying on social media, specifically Twitter and Facebook , to spread their message.

The newspaper is dated “Fall 2025” and the stories range from a landslide destroying the house of “MLA Tailer Pond” to schools preventing outdoor physical activity, and sports teams refusing to play in the Tournament Capital because of poor air quality.

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Futuristic Newspaper Takes Satirical Stance Against Open-Pit Mining

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