Kamloops Firefighters are struggling to deal with the aftermath of an attempted suicide by fire.
The BC Coroners service has identified a 27 year old Kamloops man killed in an atv accident on Greenstone Mountain on the weekend as Joshua Zapf of Kamloops.
Kamloops RCMP hunting for suspects after a home invasion in the three hundred block of Fortune Drive.
Fortis BC confirms residential home owners will see a 34% reduction on the commodity charge portion of their natural gas bills as of tomorrow.
There's relief for the suriviving family of the three children murdered by their father in Merritt in 2008 as the city has now demolished the home in which the tragic event occured.
The mayor of Saanich says councillors will discuss a report by the province's privacy commissioner at their next meeting. The report by Elizabeth Denham says the municipality violated privacy rights by secretly installing surveillance software on computers used by the mayor, councillors and other city hall employees.
The parliament budget officer says the Harper government's proposed family tax and benefit package won't help all parents equally.
The day after M-Ps voted to extend and expand the war against the Islamic State, members of the Commons foreign affairs committee are recommending Canada bolster its humanitarian measures to fight I-SIL. The good news in today's GDP report is that the numbers weren't as bad as economists expected as the
gross domestic product fell 0.1 per cent in January, surprising analysts who thought the economy would shrink by 0.2 per cent.
The federal government is putting the wheels in motion to replace the air force's six aging C-115 Buffalo search aircraft.
The United Nations is warning of a total collapse in Yemen
French aviation investigators are planning to examine what they call systemic weaknesses like cockpit entry rules and psychological screening procedures that could have led to the Germanwings plane crash.
The F-B-I is still trying to sort out yesterday's deadly incident at a gate to the Maryland headquarters of the National Security Agency. Officials say two men dressed as women and driving in a stolen S-U-V ignored officers' orders at the Baltimore gate and were fired on as it rammed into a police vehicle.