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Pigeon Road in 150 Mile House Tuesday evening. (Max Winkleman photo)

UPDATE: Flooding situation continues to evolve in 150 Mile area

No shelter in place order for 150 Mile area

Pigeon Road in 150 Mile House Tuesday evening. (Max Winkleman photo)
In the 44 years 150 Mile House Volunteer Fire Dept. Chief has lived at his home, he has never seen Borland Creek’s water levels rise as high as they are Tuesday evening. (Paul McCarthy photo)
In the 44 years 150 Mile House Volunteer Fire Dept. Chief has lived at his home, he has never seen Borland Creek’s water levels rise as high as they are Tuesday evening. (Paul McCarthy photo)
Rising waters in Cache Creek breached nearby Quartz Road on the evening of April 20. (Photo credit: Sera Boomer)

Evacuation order issued for several Cache Creek properties as water levels rise

Rising water levels have forced several residents from their properties as flood risk increases

Rising waters in Cache Creek breached nearby Quartz Road on the evening of April 20. (Photo credit: Sera Boomer)
Huston Road in 150 Mile House is washing away Tuesday morning. (Bev Goldstone photo - Facebook)

Update: Spring flooding wreaking havoc on Cariboo Chilcotin roads

Washouts have closed Nazko Road, Spokin Lake Road, Little Greeny Road and 150 Mile House roads

Huston Road in 150 Mile House is washing away Tuesday morning. (Bev Goldstone photo - Facebook)
Water was rushing through the culvert and over the road on Westcoast Road in Wildwood Saturday. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Water was rushing through the culvert and over the road on Westcoast Road in Wildwood Saturday. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Barkerville Historic Town and Park CEO Ed Coleman took photos to show how much snow still remains at Barkerville, as of April 16. (Barkerville Historic Town and Park - Facebook photo)

Cariboo residents advised to prepare for potential flooding

Snowpack is higher than normal in many tributaries of the Fraser River

Barkerville Historic Town and Park CEO Ed Coleman took photos to show how much snow still remains at Barkerville, as of April 16. (Barkerville Historic Town and Park - Facebook photo)
All 34 residents of Glen Arbor are still unable to move back after the building experienced its third sprinkler system break on Feb. 3.(Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Glen Arbor residents still evacuated after most recent sprinkler system failure

City’s building inspector said the damage this time around is ‘fairly’ extensive

All 34 residents of Glen Arbor are still unable to move back after the building experienced its third sprinkler system break on Feb. 3.(Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
A pedestrian is seen crossing the street in North Vancouver B.C, Friday, January, 31, 2020. Another rain storm has hit the lower mainland with a expected rain fall of over 100mm in the last day of January. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

Evacuations, road closures and plenty of cleanup after B.C. flooding, landslides

The rain caused landslides and closed a border crossing

A pedestrian is seen crossing the street in North Vancouver B.C, Friday, January, 31, 2020. Another rain storm has hit the lower mainland with a expected rain fall of over 100mm in the last day of January. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward
Maple Ridge firefighters pose with Corrado around 10 minutes after he was rescued. (Contributed)

Dog rescued in Maple Ridge after getting swept into fast-flowing culvert

Owner calls his dog’s survival ‘a miracle’

Maple Ridge firefighters pose with Corrado around 10 minutes after he was rescued. (Contributed)
The remains of Hemlock Valley road, pictured Saturday afternoon Families and employees are stranded at the Sasquatch Mountain resort as a result of a landslide Saturday morning. (Zandy Modeste/Contributed)

Hundreds stranded at ski hill in Fraser Valley after heavy rain, landslide

Sasquatch Mountain Resort halts everything until road crews can assess extent of slide

The remains of Hemlock Valley road, pictured Saturday afternoon Families and employees are stranded at the Sasquatch Mountain resort as a result of a landslide Saturday morning. (Zandy Modeste/Contributed)
Fundraiser created for popular Vancouver Island farm market overrun with water

Fundraiser created for popular Vancouver Island farm market overrun with water

GoFundMe campaign set up for Russell Farms Market following flood

Fundraiser created for popular Vancouver Island farm market overrun with water
State of emergency declared for Cowichan Valley after heavy rain, flooding
State of emergency declared for Cowichan Valley after heavy rain, flooding
Downtown Grand Forks during spring flooding, May 11, 2018. (Eric Lawson/Grand Forks Gazette)

New program extends disaster relief for B.C. residents

Premier John Horgan announces transition fund in Grand Forks

Downtown Grand Forks during spring flooding, May 11, 2018. (Eric Lawson/Grand Forks Gazette)