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‘Once it’s gone, it’s not coming back’ says longtime Steelhead advocate Steve Rice.
Many businesses unaware of, or not accessing, available aid programs
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.
The one-day session will provide American citizens access to many services, such as passport renewal
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.
One expert says stress will vary from person to person, but there are ways of dealing with it
BC Wildfire Service says it has reached out to people affected by the Elephant Hill fire
Strong winds from the north have pushed the fire toward the former mushroom compost facility.
Wind has whipped the Elephant Hill wildfire across the Bonaparte River.
Crews may start conducting controlled burns as early as today to try to contain the fire.
After 12 days of being evacuated, the village started to come back to life on July 18.
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