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SPCA helps animals behind evacuation lines

The agency will feed pets left behind

  • Jul 18, 2017

Crews stop fire at the doorstep of Tl’etinqox community

Redstone Gas Bar remains open to service Chilcotin

Returning evacuees need to think safety first for food, water, and more

Make sure your water source is safe, and that food is not contaminated. When in doubt, throw it out.

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327,000 hectares burned across B.C.

$98 million spent on fighting wildfires so far

EMBC to deliver satellite phones to wildfire-affected areas

Agency warns that regular communications could go down

White Lake fire gives city a break, for now

Streets of Williams Lake mostly empty

UNDER EVACUATION: Livestock safe, well cared for by volunteers

In Prince George, volunteers are walking, feeding and cleaning up after about 250 evacuated animals

Update: 100 Mile House resident found safe

The RCMP thank the public for their assistance in locating Maria Watt

Cache Creek evacuation order to be lifted at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18

An evacuation alert will still be in place for the village, which has been evacuated since July 7.

Local tourism operators support wildfire crews, evacuees

Businesses in the 108 feed fire crews while Lone Butte pub helps evacuees

  • Jul 17, 2017

Mount Polley ceases operations due to wildfires

Company says site is not under any immediate threat

UPDATE: Wildfire looter nabbed for $65,000 haul

Thousands in stolen property recovered by police near Williams Lake

UNDER EVACUATION: Calming the chaos with music

A father-son duo are bringing smiles in a tense time to evacuees in Prince George

No evacuees to be turned away from Kamloops: MLA

About 75 per cent of Williams Lake residents routed Kamloops, and about 25 per cent to Prince George

  • Jul 16, 2017

VIDEO: Red Cross ramps up wildfire relief efforts

The agency is keeping up with the influx of evacuees

VIDEO: Emergency reception centres open across B.C.

Wildfire evacuees will receive lodging and food at the centres

UNDER EVACTUATION: Finding the silver lining after being displaced

The recent evacuations from 150 Mile House, have connected Norma Sure to her daughter and nephew

Wildfire evacuees asked not to renew ESS early

Emergency social services are busy registering Williams Lake evacuees