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After 12 days of being evacuated, the village started to come back to life on July 18.
Make sure your water source is safe, and that food is not contaminated. When in doubt, throw it out.
An evacuation alert will still be in place for the village, which has been evacuated since July 7.
Cause of the fire remains under investigation
Regional district has created Facebook pages to help direct aid
Thompson-Nicola Regional District issues an evacuation alert
Some 120 firefighters, eight helicopters, and eight pieces of heavy equipment are fighting the blaze
The fire is an estimated 700 hectares in size
Dr. Harvey Lui has some tips for protecting your skin, and busts a few myths about tanning.
The BCHighways app makes use of information from the Ministry of Transportation to keep drivers informed about the roads.
And that isn't the only reason accidents on B.C. roads spike right after the clocks fall back.
The Vancouver Aquarium has taken charge of two rescued otter pups, who are enjoying their new home but need names.
Experts are wondering if the scheme is permanently stopped, or if it will resume again when the heat dies down.
Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett is now a Minister of State, giving rural communities an advocate at the cabinet table.
Participants are asked to put up $5,000, with the promise of a $40,000 return - but while it's pitched as philanthropy, it's illegal.
The fourth annual event, on the Labour Day weekend, has a night cache, a Munzee walk, and the chance to win one of 30 limited edition coins.
With entertainment, food, vendors, and more than $2,000 in prizes, this year's fair - now with free admission - is better than ever.
The wildly popular new game is a lot of fun; but there are real-life hazards attached to it.
Driver speed and crashes have both increased since the speed limit along the stretch of highway was raised in 2014.