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Wildfire Update 2

Controlled burnoff operation planned near Little Fort

People living in Little Fort, Clearwater and surrounding areas may notice increased smoke and flame activity on the Dunn Lake Road wildfire this afternoon as crews initiate controlled burnoff operations to limit the fire’s spread. These burning operations are weather-dependent

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July 19, 2017

Daily Bulletin July 19, 2017

Daily Bulletin July 19, 2017

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Donations of bottled water received

The District of Clearwater received a donation of bottled water from Nestle Canada in Hope. Some of this water has been provided to the Clearwater and Blackpool Volunteer Fire Departments to use for their fire fighters. Also water was being

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Wildfire Update 2

BC Wildfire Update: Little Fort Complex, July 19, 2017 1100

BC Wildfire Update: Little Fort Complex, July 19, 2017 1100 Summary: The Little Fort Complex wildfires continue to be active and out of control. While cooler weather and lower winds over the last two days allowed crews to make gains

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Wildfire Update 2

Hospitality Centre

A Hospitality Center for Evacuees, volunteers and wildfire workers is now open at the Clearwater Community Baptist Church on the Old North Thompson Highway. Volunteers from the churches and community will provide a relaxing place for folks to grab a

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Wildfire Update 2

Public Reminders from BC Parks

Public Reminders from BC Parks: • BC Parks Rangers hold legislative authority to act as Peace Officers. • British Columbians and visitors are urged to follow the instructions of BC Parks Rangers, BC Wildfire Service officials, Conservation Officers, and other

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Wildfire Update 2

Thank you for your help!

We would like to thank all of those who are coming together to help each other, their neighbours and the community during this wildfire. The landowners and farmers along the North Thompson River in Clearwater and Blackpool including the Lacarnya

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Wildfire Update 2

BC Wildfire Update: Little Fort Information Bulletin, July 18, 2017 1100

BC Wildfire Update: Little Fort Information Bulletin July 18, 2017 1100 Total resources: over 240 firefighting personnel, 12 helicopters, 17 pieces of heavy equipment, structural protection units and air tankers, as needed. BC Wildfire Service and the Parks Canada Incident

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Wildfire Update 2

Report suspicious activity to the RCMP

During this time the RCMP have added additional staff to the local detachment to guarantee that all duties related to the wildfire situation as well as “business as usual” is covered. The RCMP officers are out and about on duty

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Message from BC Parks: Wells Gray Provincial Park remains closed to the public

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