Municipal politicians will not urge the provincial government to sign a long-term deal with the company that owns the Martin Mars water bomber.
Municipal politicians from B.C.’s Interior are appealing for more help from the provincial government to prevent wildfires from threatening their communities.
The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) and the City of Williams Lake introduced Resolution LR2 at the recent UBCM Convention that called for changes to the Forest &
Nakusp and Area Community Forest Inc. (NACFOR) invites proposals from qualified individuals and firms to fulfill the contract position of Community Forest General Manager.
From Sept. 23 to 30, Canada will be marking National Forest Week.
For 76 days, the Elephant Hill wildfire stoked fear and dread in B.C.
VANCOUVER – National Forest Week, held September 24-30 this year, is a time to reflect on and learn more about the importance of forests.
VICTORIA – An investigation of forestry roads constructed on steep terrain has found mixed results.
B.C.’s worst recorded wildfire season is still burning, but we should waste no time in learning from this summer of devastation.
The fire in Logan Lake started like so many others in British Columbia’s worst wildfire season on record – a smouldering campfire,
A local logging contractor, Rod Dillman, is the first to begin harvesting in the Gustafsen fire area,
As interest in LNG projects wanes, and with the future of the mighty Site C dam called into question,
Williams Lake is calling in a 9-1-1 to the federal and provincial governments asking for a $1-billion recovery fund to help wildfire-impacted communities in B.C.
Ten per cent of a research forest operated by the University of British Columbia near Williams Lake has been burned by wildfire this summer.
The board of directors of Burns Lake’s newest community forest – Chinook Community Forest – considered its first year of operations a “success.” From April 1,
Forests around West Kelowna have a third as many trees as they once did because of fire-prevention efforts.
By Anna KroupinaAug 01, 2017
Crows News Pass Herald
FireSmart Canada strongly recommends managing vegetation around one’s yard and home as a way to mitigate the risk of wildfire.
By Mark NielsenAug 01, 2017
Prince George Citizen
Premier John Horgan says he’s confident the federal government will be there to help British Columbia take the steps needed to prevent more wildfires from threatening communities once this season’s series of massive outbreaks has been dealt with.