Wildfire Update: No Significant Growth Overnight for Harrop Creek Wildfire, Evacuation Alerts Remain in Place
Vancouver – The fifth anniversary of the Take-Home Naloxone Program, which has reversed over 10,000 opioid overdoes so far, marks a bittersweet milestone for the harm reduction team at the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC).
[NELSON, BC] Over 30 local businesses and organizations have signed-on to support the transition to 100% renewable energy in their West Kootenay communities.
The City of Trail is now the official owner of the building at 898 Victoria Street (the old Union Hotel) and three adjacent properties to the immediate south, including two vacant lots and one building on Cedar Avenue.
On August 29 and 30, Canadian Pacific (CP) hosted a successful “boom school” near Invermere, BC.
CASTLEGAR – In the interest of public safety, the Regional District of East Kootenay has implemented an evacuation alert for the Moyie Lake area, effective at 8 a.m. on Aug. 31, 2017.
“Winds overnight increased fire behavior on the east flank. This fire has now entered the Narrow Creek Drainage. Personnel are reassessing this fire and working on contingency plans” – BC Wildfire Service
CASTLEGAR BC – The BC Wildfire Service is reminding the public that the operation of off-road vehicles (ORVs) and all motorcycles for recreational purposes on Crown land continues to be prohibited throughout the Southeast Fire Centre. Continue reading Off-road vehicle restrictions still in effect & more Forest Service road closures in the Southeast Fire Centre
CRANBROOK – Today MP Wayne Stetski slammed the Liberal government for a plan that would see the selloff of up to $8.3 billion worth of Parks Canada infrastructure.