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Dry conditions are blamed for the fire department’s ban.
Advance editor Roxanne Hooper was living in the Interior in 2003, when wildfires ravaged Barriere.
A northeast Clayton horse transport company has brought farm animals down from the fire zones.
Two police, one firefighter and one municipal staffer are headed to Williams Lake.
Langley RCMP deploy ultra-long range camera to catch drivers on cell phones
Kent-Harrison Search and Rescue in the mountainous area looking Thursday
Brenda Ouma Aregay faces several charges in connection to the June 28 incident in Burnaby
Coast Hotels offering support to help ease the burden on evacuees
Trucks on mission of mercy heading to the wildfire zones from Chilliwack and Mission
RCMP investigators can’t confirm witness reports the two men killed were Good Samaritans
Vancouver Police say charges are expected against a 21-year-old driver from Surrey
Thugs putting stain on Surrey, a ‘furious’ Hepner says after drive-by shooting injures 64-year-old woman
Surrey mayor says she will push Premier Horgan to increase provincial funding for crackdown on gangs
RCMP say there will be ‘no tolerance for criminal activities’ in fire evacuation zones
RCMP working closely with the BC Wildfire Service and first responders in the Interior
Once the subject of protests in Abbotsford, James Conway is moving to town
Fire department has attended more than 32 fires in landscaping, many caused by smokers
Officials asking people to donate cash, not clothing, to Red Cross for fire evacuees
Range of environmental regulation challenging Camp Slough restoration
As community mail boxes get harder to crack, thieves are going after residential mailboxes
Few details yet from IHIT but it’s possible that homeless were targeted