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Housing, medical care top of list for evacuees with no clear re-entry date in sight
Longtime Williams Lake business keeps loggers and ranchers in the fight
BC Ferry captain says punching bear in nose helped save his life
Loon Lake residents still wait and wonder when they can go home
A cancelled father-daughter trip to Europe would have cost a 150 Mile family thousands without help
About 316,000 hectares has burned in the Cariboo and Chilcotin regions of the province
Spicer’s daily press briefings had become must-see television until recent weeks
The members will be assisting at checkpoints and supporting RCMP on the ground in Williams Lake
B.C.’s state of emergency over wildfires hits its two-week mark with no end in sight
100 Mile House prepares its re-entry plan as the closest to return in Cariboo
Australian officers and technicians visit Chilliwack to be brief on B.C. blazes
Residents, who had been on evacuation order since July 7, were able to return on July 18.
150 Canadian Armed Forces members headed to B.C.
225 army members, vehicles on way to Williams Lake
New rates are $1,133 for a person receiving disability assistance, $710 for income assistance
An adult female Steller sea lion was facing a potentially painful and slow death on Cleland Island.
Rain is falling in some of the areas in the Cariboo Fire Centre and it is hoped they will help dampen fire growth.