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Local government leaders were happy to see wildfire resolutions endorsed at last week’s Union of B.C. Municipalities Convention.
Ministry implements vehicle restrictions in areas impacted by fires to protect wildlife
Government members are joining Phyllis Webstad at the B.C. Legislature Thursday to raise awareness about the residential school legacy and her Orange Shirt Day message that “every child matters.”
Inspired by her own evacuation story new-mom Amy Emery decided to start a Summer 2017 Fire Babies Facebook Group.
Three logs donated by Pioneer Log Homes of B.C. have been signed by hundreds of emergency personnel who helped during the wildfires in the Cariboo-Chilcotin.
Elected Chief of the Xeni Gwet’in First Nation Roger William charged
During the weekend’s high winds the Chezacut and Tautri Complex wildfires joined together at the lower section, said fire information officer Colette Frauchon Monday.
Rain is falling in some of the areas in the Cariboo Fire Centre and it is hoped they will help dampen fire growth.
While the wildfires in and around Williams Lake are not impacting local mines directly, many employees are under evacuation orders or alerts
Williams Lake CAO “fairly confident” that there will be no evacuation order Monday night
Emergency and maternity services at Cariboo Memorial Hospital remain
Police continue to search for other motorists after 150-metre washout closes Highway 20 just above the Sheep Creek Bridge
After walking away from the B.C. Treaty process two years ago Esk’etemec First Nation is declaring its title and rights.
To cope with a 19.8 per cent softwood countervailing duty and an anti-dumping duty, Sigurdson Forest Products Ltd. in Williams Lake will have to tighten its belt, said owner Brian Sigurdson.