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Joyce Beddow-Buckland of Ashcroft was surprised by the call, and accepted the offer.
Many businesses unaware of, or not accessing, available aid programs
Better fuel management and four season planning also raised as major issues.
Seven months after the Elephant Hill wildfire, Angie Thorne wonders what moving forward looks like.
Quite a few tears as homemade quilts distributed to residents of Ashcroft Reserve, Boston Flats affected by last summer’s fire
Quilters in B.C. and Alberta worked through the summer and fall to create more than 100 quilts.
Jada Raphael of the Cook’s Ferry Band will represent the Nlakapamux and Secwepemc Nations
Khiara Archibald sold lemonade and homemade jewellery to raise funds for local firefighters.
‘I felt their loss, and wanted to reach out to them’ says Harpaul Nandhra.
An estimated $23 million in lost business occurred in the first five weeks after the fires.
Last seen in Williams Lake, Jenny Lynn Larocque’s vehicle and dog were found in Venables Valley
Jenny Lynn Larocque’s vehicle and dog were found in Venables Valley, but there is no sign of her
A picture of a pond hockey game in Lytton has been included in a Canadian Museum of History booklet
Boston Flats, Loon Lake, and Pressy Lake were hardest hit, with 175 structures destroyed.
‘It’s been a tough five weeks’ says one person as residents prepare to return home.
As of 4 p.m. on August 15, Clinton residents can return home after 17 days on evacuation order.
Stress will vary from person to person; but there are ways of dealing with it, and helping others.
RCMP and BC Wildfire Service say that train traffic or related rail activities not the cause.
Some residents along the Highway 97 corridor between Chasm and 70 Mile are now able to return.
The livestream will be available in Cache Creek, 100 Mile, and Kamloops, as well as on Facebook.
BC Wildfire Service says unexpected change in wind is to blame.