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Wildfires are rare in B.C. at this time of year, but the smoke from legal, registered open burns is often mistaken for smoke from a wildfire.

Map of registered open burns available to the public

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150 MILE HOUSE: A community information meeting and open house about upcoming wildfire risk reduction activities in the Borland Valley will be held on Monday, Nov. 21, 2016, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting, which will be held at the 150 Mile House firehall at 3038 Pigeon Rd.

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The BC Wildfire Service is planning to burn about 75 piles of wood debris in the Mount Kobau area, about 15 kilometres northwest of Osoyoos. These burns are scheduled to start on Monday, Nov. 7 and will be concluded by the end of December 2016.

Piles of wood debris set to be burned in South Okanagan

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Firefighting aircraft will be visible in the skies above West Kelowna at about 1 p.m. today as part of an aviation demonstration associated with the Wildland Fire Canada 2016 conference.

Aerial firefighting demonstration above West Kelowna

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Wildfires have become a regular part of an Okanagan summer.

Between October 25 and 27 a lecture series at the Okanagan Regional Library in Kelowna, B.C. will help you to be prepared and resilient in the face of wildfire events.

The events are free, but advance registration is required to guarantee yourself a seat.

Wildland Fire Canada Lecture Series

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BC Wildfire Service crews will be conducting a series of controlled pile burns in the Pemberton area in October and November to remove logging debris and reduce the risk of wildfires in the area.
Burning could begin as early as Oct. 20, but since the timing is dependent on weather conditions, the exact date of these burns cannot be determined in advance. The goal is to remove this wildfire...
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Controlled pile burning scheduled in Pemberton area

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Effective at noon on Saturday, Oct. 15, the current Category 2 and Category 3 open burning prohibitions will be rescinded throughout the Kamloops Fire Centre.

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BC Wildfire Service crews will be conducting a series of controlled pile burns in the Squamish area in October to remove logging debris and reduce the risk of wildfires in the area.

This wildfire risk mitigation project will comply with the Environmental Management Act and the open burning smoke control regulation to minimize the amount of smoke generated. While the piles are burning,...
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BC Wildfire Service personnel continue to conduct prescribed burning for BC Timber Sales this week. The initial prescribed burn operation started on Sept. 26, 2016.

BC Timber Sales and the BC Wildfire Service have decided to continue with planned ignition operations to take advantage of the favourable conditions. Smoke from this prescribed fire is visible from Highway 31 between Poplar Creek...
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Prescribed burn continues to be visible from Highway 31

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BC Wildfire Service crews will be conducting a series of controlled pile burns in the Harrison Lake / Hope area in October to remove logging debris and reduce the risk of wildfires.

This wildfire risk mitigation project will comply with the Environmental Management Act and the open burning smoke control regulation to minimize the amount of smoke generated. While the piles are burning,...
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Controlled pile burning scheduled in Lower Mainland

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If weather permits on Sept. 29, 2016, the BC Wildfire Service will conducting an 11.7-hectatre prescribed burn four kilometres north of Nevertouch Lake, 50 kilometres east of Kelowna, B.C.

This prescribed burn will help reduce wildfire risk in the area, and smoke is expected to be visible from Big White Mountain and Highway 33 over the next two to three days. Lingering smoke could persist for...
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Prescribed burn may be visible from Big White Mountain

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If you see smoke today and live in Creston, Cranbrook, Trail, Rossland, Castlegar, Nelson or surrounding areas, chances are it's from a prescribed burn in Washington State.

Possible smoke in Southeast from outside of region

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BC Wildfire Service crews will be conducting a series of controlled pile burns in the Nadina Zone between Sept. 27 and Oct. 28 in collaboration with the Forests for Tomorrow Program.

These fires will adhere to clearly defined burn plans and will only be lit if the weather, site and venting conditions are suitable. BC Wildfire Service firefighters will conduct and carefully monitor these burns...
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Series of prescribed burns planned in Nadina Zone

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Effective at noon on Sept. 26, all open fires will once again be permitted throughout the Coastal Fire Centre's jurisdiction. Tiki torches, burn barrels, fireworks, sky lanterns and binary exploding targets are also permitted. Accumulated rain and cooler temperatures has reduced the wildfire risk in the region.

Local governments may still have their own burning restrictions in place, always...
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Coastal Fire Centre lifts campfire and open fire bans

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BC Wildfire Service personnel will be conducting a prescribed burn for BC Timber Sales the week of Sept. 26 weather permitting.

Smoke from this prescribed burn will be visible from Highway 31 between Poplar Creek and Trout Lake. Trained BC Wildfire Service personnel will carefully monitor the fires at all times.

Prescribed burn to be visible from Highway 31

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A series of prescribed burns will occur at sites west and south of Williams Lake between Sept. 27 and Nov. 11, 2016, weather conditions permitting.

Prescribed burns to restore Cariboo-Chilcotin grassland

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BC Wildfire Service crews will help BC Timber Sales staff conduct a prescribed burn near Clemina in the Clearwater Fire Zone. This 33-hectare burn will be completed between Friday, Sept. 23 and Saturday, Oct. 15.

Smoke and flames may be visible from Highway 5 and the surrounding area. Trained staff from BC Timber Sales and the BC Wildfire Service will carefully monitor the fire at all times.

Prescribed burn planned near Clemina in Clearwater area

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The BC Wildfire Service is planning to conduct three prescribed burns in the Lillooet Fire Zone between Thursday, Sept. 22 and Wednesday, Sept. 28. Smoke and flames may be visible from the Village of Lytton and from Highway 1.

The three planned burn sites are:

Loring Way 1: This 14.6-hectare burn will be conducted about two kilometres southeast of Lytton, uphill from Highway 1.

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Prescribed burn projects scheduled in Lytton area

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The BC Wildfire Service will be burning piles of woody debris along a road known as East Road, near the Halfmoon Carlson Forest Service Road and about two kilometres northwest of Sechelt.

This project will remove accumulations of forest fuels resulting from rehabilitation work that was done on the site of the Old Sechelt Mine fire, which burned through the area in 2015. Removal of these...
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Pile burning near Sechelt will reduce wildfire hazards

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