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B.C. men convicted for killing off-season moose

Two Kelowna men were charged, convicted and fined for killing an off-season cow moose

Lightning sparks 14 new fires in B.C.

The wildfires in B.C. continue after lightning strikes over the weekend

Mexican firefighters arrive in Chilliwack to join the wildfire battle

More than 100 men and women scheduled to be deployed to the Interior Friday

Former B.C. superintendent punished for misusing $29,000

Gregory Joseph Bitgood’s teaching certificate has been suspended for three months

Extreme fire danger puts Sooke firefighters on heighten alert

Human-caused fires could be a risk; officials ask people to take extra precautions

Local businesses showcased at Fashion Show and Dessert Night


    BREAKING: Christy Clark to step down as BC Liberal leader

    Clark’s resignation, as both party leader and MLA, will take effect Aug. 4

    Weather forecast concerns wildfire officials

    Conditions expected to remain hot and dry through weekend with strong chance of more lightning.

    • Jul 27th, 2017

    Wildfires could cost B.C. ranchers hundreds of millions

    Cattle, fences, feed and infrastructure have all been destroyed

    Ottawa chips in with support for wildfire evacuees

    Tederal government promises more funding for those affected

    Canadian Armed Forces on way to Williams Lake

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

    Parksville-Qualicum Beach food bank faces severe shortage

    Area post offices to kick off food drive Monday

    Firefighters threatened with gun

    Williams Lake RCMP have arrested one man in the incident

    Surrey training more volunteers to help fire evacuees

    So far 700 people have registered for help at the Cloverdale Arena emergency centre

    Elvis Festival plays to evacuees and dedicated fans

    Despite fires in B.C. this could be the largest gathering the event has seen

    Fires seem more intense than in past: air tanker pilot

    Over last four decades, Dennis Graham has fought hundreds of fires across British Columbia

    BBB warns of charity scams related to wildfires

    Scammers can take advantage of any situation, even disasters

    BBB warns of charity scams related to wildfires

    Scammers can take advantage of any situation, even disasters

    VIDEO: Langley horse breeder takes in farm families and their animals

    A northeast Clayton horse transport company has brought farm animals down from the fire zones.