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Now very much a waiting game for those displaced in Kamloops, Prince George and the Lower Mainland
A father-son duo are bringing smiles in a tense time to evacuees in Prince George
The agency is keeping up with the influx of evacuees
Wildfire evacuees will receive lodging and food at the centres
The recent evacuations from 150 Mile House, have connected Norma Sure to her daughter and nephew
Surrey and Chilliwack have already begun preparations
Cariboo Regional District has issued the order due to strong winds creating violent fire activity.
Environment Canada is forecasting a cold front Saturday afternoon
A gallery of photos from around the province as thousands are evacuated from their homes
The members are gathering at the Anaham Band office to serve food and water as they wait it out
Three Canadian Forces Griffin helicopters are arriving in B.C. Sunday
Hundreds were evacuated from their homes in Cache Creek due to a 4,200 hectare wildfire in the area
Donations will help provide immediate relief such as cots, blankets and family reunification
Evacuation now includes areas north of Scottie Creek and Hithium Lake.
Premier-designate John Horgan to meet with evacuees Sunday afternoon
Alexis Creek and Hanceville are the newest evacuation orders from the Cariboo Regional District
Wildfires continue to engulf regions of B.C.’s forests and communities.
Cache creek remains on a local state of emergency, while Ashcroft remains on an evacuation alert
Evacuation remain in effect for 103 Mile, 108 Mile, 105 Mile and the western part of Lac la Hache
The biggest fire to note is near Sugarcane, north of Chief William burning at 2,000 hectares