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All city webcams now have eyes on action

The City of Kamloops has added the last of facility webcams in its facilities.

Live-streaming facility webcams are now active at the McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre, with the electronic eyes panning the Olympic- and NHL-size ice sheets.

They join a stable of webcams  already operational in the Tournament Capital Fieldhouse (indoor track), Hillside Stadium and Canada Games Aquatic Centre.

All City facility webcams provide live-streaming from a distance and cannot be used for surveillance or security purposes.

View them online here.

 

 

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