We are proud of the long and distinguished history of our firm.

Closely associated with the growth and emergence of Kamloops as a major transportation and economic centre in BC, our legacy is one of excellence and trust.

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1885

Fulton is founded

Original Fulton & Ward building - 100 block Victoria Street

CPR is completed

Royal Inland Hospital is founded

1886

Telephones arrive in Kamloops

Fulton had one of the first telephones in Kamloops – just dial “6” – this remained our phone number until 1956.

1891

Electricity is brought to Kamloops

1893

City of Kamloops incorporated

1906

Frederick Fulton prosecuted Billy Miner

1909

Kamloops Court House Built

1910

First Nations Land and Rights Proclamation is delivered to Sir Wilfred Laurier in Kamloops

1914

Canada enters World War 1

1926

CFJC Broadcasting is introduced to Kamloops

1929

Stock Market Crashes

1939

Kamloops Museum and Library opens

1964

Kamloops Airport dedicated “Fulton Field”

In honour of Wing Commander, John “Moose” Fulton

1967

North and South Kamloops are amalgamated

1968

Len Marchand Sr. is the first First Nations person elected to Parliament

1970

Cariboo College opens its doors

1982

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

1985

100 Year Anniversary of Fulton.

1992

Kamloops Blazers

Move from Memorial Arena to then, Riverside Coliseum

1993

City of Kamloops Centennial

2004

Thompson Rivers University is granted University status

2007

Tournament Capital Centre facility opens

2010

T.R.U. Law School established

2017

Fulton Cup 20th Anniversary