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.
BC’s Conservation Officer Service recently completed its largest decontamination of invasive mussels to date recently, intercepting an infested barge heading to Lower Mainland waters from Lake Ontario.
In so doing, the Conservation Officer Service prevented this invasive species from entering BC waters, and causing disastrous problems for fragile aquatic ecosystems.
Two City of Nanaimo employees with a keen sense of awareness are being credited with interrupting a potentially dangerous child luring incident, that involved a man in his 50s and a female youth between the ages of 11and15. The incident occurred at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday June 29, 2022, at Robins Park in south Nanaimo.
People in B.C. can look ahead to their next COVID-19 vaccine dose with the Province announcing a fall booster program as the next step in its COVID-19 immunization plan.
"On July 3, a trailer tire detached and fatally struck a motorcyclist on Hwy 1 near Revelstoke, B.C.," Badry said in a press release Tuesday.
Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement about a bus accident that claimed a student’s life and injured others:
Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement:
“Over the last couple of days, our cabinet has met to seek solutions to the challenges people face in British Columbia.
“These include the high cost of living and the stresses on primary care. Working to make life better for people is why we are here and that continues to be my focus.
Kimberley RCMP is asking for public assistance in regards to a fatal accident Friday on Highway 95A near Stirton Road, south of Marysville.
RCMP said on Friday, June 24, 2022, at approximately 4:50 p.m., officers responded to a head-on collision involving two vehicles.
The Province is halting plans announced last month to rebuild the Royal British Columbia Museum.
The museum will remain open to visitors. The Royal BC Museum will now lead a broad public engagement to consider all options for the future of the museum.