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Williams Lake hopes to reopen city soon, says mayor

RCMP and Canadian Armed Forces keep city secure

John Horgan to meet with Prime Minister Trudeau in Ottawa

He will be discussing BC wildfires, softwood lumber and the ongoing opioid crisis with officials.

Wildfire evacuation numbers beginning to decline

More people allowed back into their homes, but threat to leave remains high and depends on weather.

ICBC rates could go up 30 per cent by 2019: report

NDP promises improvements won’t include photo radar

UPDATED: Winston Blackmore and James Oler found guilty in B.C.’s landmark polygamy trial

The two church leaders were accused of having multiple wives.

Several new blazes sparked over the weekend

Wildfire conditions remain stable in B.C., although several new blazes sparked

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Nelson ponders new drinking water sources, updates water plan

Nelson’s 2006 Water Master Plan warned that the city needs an additional drinking water supply.

Open houses to guide Kootenay Lake shoreline development

August 8 at the North Shore Hall — your chance to have your say on the future of the lake

  • Jul 22nd, 2017

Evacuation order lifted for 100 Mile House and South Cariboo

The evacuation orders in the area have been downgraded to alerts

UNDER EVACUATION: Some stay behind to protect their homes

A look at why those told to leave during an emergency decide to stay inside the evacuation zone

Man attacked by grizzly bear north of Van. Island

BC Ferry captain says punching bear in nose helped save his life

Loon Lake waits to go home

Loon Lake residents still wait and wonder when they can go home

UNDER EVACUATION: Trip of a lifetime on hold for North Delta-born evacuee

A cancelled father-daughter trip to Europe would have cost a 150 Mile family thousands without help

BC Transit extends West Kootenay bus service

Starting August 1, bus riders will benefit from extended service on several routes

  • Jul 22nd, 2017

Lightning causes 32 more fires in B.C.’s southern Interior

About 316,000 hectares has burned in the Cariboo and Chilcotin regions of the province

Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretary

Spicer’s daily press briefings had become must-see television until recent weeks

Canadian Armed Forces on way to Williams Lake

The members will be assisting at checkpoints and supporting RCMP on the ground in Williams Lake

B.C. state of emergency hits two-week mark

B.C.’s state of emergency over wildfires hits its two-week mark with no end in sight

UNDER EVACUATION: 100 Mile seeks advice from Fort McMurray

100 Mile House prepares its re-entry plan as the closest to return in Cariboo

Australian firefighters bring experience to the B.C. wildfire battle

Australian officers and technicians visit Chilliwack to be brief on B.C. blazes