52 year old man missing after Revelstoke house fire

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A 52 year old man is missing after an early morning house fire on Thrusday in Revelstoke.  The RCMP say when fire crews arrived at 5:45 in the morning the home was engulfed in flames. A 25 year old woman who lived in the home was able to escape through a window. However she told first responders her father was still inside.  Constable Lesley Smith says although the fire is now out the man remains unaccounted for. The cause of the fire is still unknown.

Thompson Rivers University given large donation

BMO Financial Group has donated 600 thousand dollars for renovations to Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops. The money will be used to help with the ongoing renovations of the Old Main building. The Old Main building is home to the new T.R.U. Faculty of Law and many of T.R.U.'s Student Services. It is the largest donation BMO has ever made in the Interior.

Greyhound bus company reduces service

Greyhound Canada is reducing service on many of its major routes in B.C. The company says it is losing more than 14 million dollars on its passenger service. It says B.C. transit and bus services provided by Interior and northern Health authorities are tough competition. Greyhound won't abandon any routes except for a seasonal ski route on Vancouver Island. However cuts will affect three routes through Kamloops. For a complete list of routes affected click here

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