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The damage is in the same spot a major crack appeared in May of 2020. A smaller crack reappeared in November of the same year. (Emcon Facebook)

Highway 97 north of Quesnel damaged by repeat landslide

Emcon Services Quesnel will be working on the highway this weekend

 

An evacuation alert has been issued to several properties on Dragon Hill Road due to the risk of landslide. One property, 1927 Dragon Hill Road, has been ordered to evacuate. (City of Quesnel photo)

State of local emergency declared for Dragon Hill Road

Evacuation order and alerts issued due to risk of landslide

 

While 505 Panorama Ridge is under an evacuation order, the other city properties on Panorama ridge (515, 545, 605 and 635) are under and evacuation alert. (City of Quesnel Map)

Trails closed, properties evacuated, as Quesnel declares landslide risk

The City has declared a local state of emergency for Panorama Ridge

While 505 Panorama Ridge is under an evacuation order, the other city properties on Panorama ridge (515, 545, 605 and 635) are under and evacuation alert. (City of Quesnel Map)
A slow moving landslide is seen inching down a hillside in northern British Columbia, prompting the evacuation of nearby Old Fort, B.C., in an undated handout photo. Residents of a tiny community in northern British Columbia are suing the local and provincial governments over two slow-moving landslides that they say caused their property values to plummet. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-B.C. Ministry of Forests and Lands, Marten Geertsema, *MANDATORY CREDIT*

Residents of Old Fort, B.C., suing province, others over slow-moving slide

Residents in Old Fort., B.C., allege negligence and breach of their charter right to security of the person

A slow moving landslide is seen inching down a hillside in northern British Columbia, prompting the evacuation of nearby Old Fort, B.C., in an undated handout photo. Residents of a tiny community in northern British Columbia are suing the local and provincial governments over two slow-moving landslides that they say caused their property values to plummet. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-B.C. Ministry of Forests and Lands, Marten Geertsema, *MANDATORY CREDIT*
The new crack (left) near Umiti Pit Road is minor compared to the May 2020 crack (right) near the same location. (Emcon Services Facebook Photo)

Crack appears in Highway 97 north of Quesnel

The crack is near a previous crack which appeared in May 2020

The new crack (left) near Umiti Pit Road is minor compared to the May 2020 crack (right) near the same location. (Emcon Services Facebook Photo)
Old Fort Road during a landslide, June 21, 2020. (BC Transportation)

Creeping slide prompts evacuation alert, road closure in Old Fort, B.C.

Second time in two years the road has closed

Old Fort Road during a landslide, June 21, 2020. (BC Transportation)
A top down view of the fish ladder constructed to help fish into the Whooshh Passage Portal. (Fisheries and Oceans Canada photo)

High tech fish transport system set up to ‘whoosh’ salmon past Big Bar landslide

Fish will spend about 20 seconds inside the system, moving at roughly 20 metres per second

A top down view of the fish ladder constructed to help fish into the Whooshh Passage Portal. (Fisheries and Oceans Canada photo)
Due to risk of landslide, the Cariboo Regional District issued an evacuation order for one property on Baker Creek Road in Quesnel Wednesday, May 13. (Cariboo Regional District map)

Regional district issues evacuation order for one property in Quesnel

The Cariboo Regional District issued the order for the property on Baker Road Wednesday, May 13

Due to risk of landslide, the Cariboo Regional District issued an evacuation order for one property on Baker Creek Road in Quesnel Wednesday, May 13. (Cariboo Regional District map)
Cariboo Regional District issued an evacuation alert for a number of properties in Quesnel on May 8, 2020, due to a landslide and risk of flooding. (CRD photo)

Regional district issues evacuation order, alert in Quesnel area

The alert is connected with seven properties in the Maple Drive area south of the city

Cariboo Regional District issued an evacuation alert for a number of properties in Quesnel on May 8, 2020, due to a landslide and risk of flooding. (CRD photo)
Fish ladder using nearly 500 concrete blocks under construction April 9, 2020, leading to pond and pumping station to lift salmon over the obstacle created by the June 2019 Big Bar landslide in the Fraser Canyon. (Fisheries and Oceans Canada)

Feds to move salmon over Big Bar landslide with fish cannon along Fraser River

Water levels rising now after months of drilling and blasting at the Big Bar site north of Lillooet

Fish ladder using nearly 500 concrete blocks under construction April 9, 2020, leading to pond and pumping station to lift salmon over the obstacle created by the June 2019 Big Bar landslide in the Fraser Canyon. (Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
The Cariboo Regional District expanded the evacuation alert for the Knickerbocker-Wells Road area Sunday, April 26, and it now affects five properties. (Cariboo Regional District map)

UPDATE: Evacuation alert expanded for Knickerbocker-Wells Road area

The Cariboo Regional District issued the initial alert Thursday, April 23 due to a landslide

The Cariboo Regional District expanded the evacuation alert for the Knickerbocker-Wells Road area Sunday, April 26, and it now affects five properties. (Cariboo Regional District map)
A geotechnical assessment will be taking place where a slide occurred on the Soda Creek MacAlister Road Sunday north of Williams Lake. (Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure photo)

Geotechnical assessment slated for Soda Creek MacAlister Road slide area

The road is closed indefinitely, no residents completely cut off

A geotechnical assessment will be taking place where a slide occurred on the Soda Creek MacAlister Road Sunday north of Williams Lake. (Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure photo)
The East Toe is a outcropping of rock in the Fraser River at the Big Bar Landslide site, northwest of Kamloops that has to be removed to restore fish passage. (Fisheries and Oceans Canada)

Long-awaited blasting advances efforts to clear Big Bar blockage

Pressure has been on senior governments working with First Nations to remove rock at slide site

The East Toe is a outcropping of rock in the Fraser River at the Big Bar Landslide site, northwest of Kamloops that has to be removed to restore fish passage. (Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
A convoy of vehicles leaves Hemlock Valley Road on Feb. 3, 2020, escorted by an Emil Anderson Maintenance vehicle.(Emil Anderson Maintenance/Contributed)

B.C. family recounts escape after landslide strands them on Sasquatch Mountain

Christine Nielsen, her husband and two kids drove up only a couple of hours before the road washout

A convoy of vehicles leaves Hemlock Valley Road on Feb. 3, 2020, escorted by an Emil Anderson Maintenance vehicle.(Emil Anderson Maintenance/Contributed)
A convoy of vehicles leaves Hemlock Valley Road on Monday, escorted by an Emil Anderson Maintenance vehicle. Those staying at the resort have been stranded because of a landslide barring access to the road early this past weekend. (Emil Anderson Maintenance/Contributed)

Rescue efforts continue, four days after landslide strands hundreds on Sasquatch Mountain

Route closed early Tuesday morning, may open in afternoon

A convoy of vehicles leaves Hemlock Valley Road on Monday, escorted by an Emil Anderson Maintenance vehicle. Those staying at the resort have been stranded because of a landslide barring access to the road early this past weekend. (Emil Anderson Maintenance/Contributed)