Katrine Conroy, Minister of Forests and Kootenay West MLA; Ravi Kahlon, Minister of Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation; and George Chow, Minister of State for Trade, have issued the following joint statement in response to the U.S.
An Open Letter to all British Columbians:
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The Keremeos Creek fire has grown to more than 2,700 hectares BC Wildfire Service said on its website Sunday.
BC Wildfire Service said the size of the wildfire, located approximately 21 kilometers southwest of Penticton, is estimated to be 2790 hectares as of 4 p.m. August 1.
Long weekends mean more vehicles – and crashes – on B.C. roads said the Insurance Corporation of BC (ICBC) said in a recent media release.
ICBC said that an average, three people are killed and 560 injured in crashes over the B.C. Day long weekend every year — including in the Southern Interior where one person is killed and 85 people are injured in 350 crashes.
Over the upcoming long weekend, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is encouraging everyone to get outside to enjoy and document the nature around them, in the name of science.
NCC’s third-annual Big Backyard BioBlitz will run from July 28 to August 1, across the country.
Hot and dry weather is forecast for many regions of B.C. and rising temperatures may put vulnerable seniors at risk.
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If a person was in Vancouver and purchased a lottery ticket, be sure to check your beach bags, suitcases, glove boxes or anywhere else for a winning $15-million Lotto Max ticket that will expire at midnight on August 13, 2022.
With rising costs, low vacancy rates, and high demands for both short and long-term rentals, BBB anticipates that rental scams will be on the rise this summer.
BC Wildfire Service said Monday that the Nohomin Creek blaze is now been aerial mapped at 2,058 hectares — this change in size is attributed to the growth that occurred yesterday afternoon upslope on the west flank of the fire.
“A warming and drying trend is forecasted beginning (Monday),” the BC Wildfire website said.
Approximately 208,000 eligible infants and children in British Columbia between six months and four years of age will soon be able to receive vaccine protection against COVID-19.