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John Horgan Aug 15
We've declared a state of emergency to make sure we have all the resources necessary to keep British Columbians safe. Thank you to everyone who is working to contain the and caring for those who have been affected.
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CBC British Columbia Aug 10
This is what the B.C. wildfires look like from the air. WestJet pilot Matt Melnyk took them 40,000 feet up, somewhere between Calgary and Vancouver on Aug. 9.
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West Coast Env. Law Aug 15
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CBC British Columbia Aug 14
The wildfire smoke is so thick in Vancouver, it's blocked out everything north of BC Place in this view from atop city hall.
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Langford Fire Rescue Aug 14
A joint crew of Sooke, Metchosin and Langford Fire firefighters are heading for Fort St James tonight to help with the wildfires. They will be working with fire crews from all over the province to protect structures. Stay safe!
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Scott Crockatt Aug 15
View from google of the BC Wildfires picture. Really gave me some perspective. Feeling for our friends, cousins, and fellow Canadians in British Columbia. Alberta is here to help.
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Coast Protectors Aug 15
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Daily Hive Vancouver Aug 15
Replying to @DailyHiveVan
As it stands... British Columbia currently has the WORST air quality in North America
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Renee D Aug 12
Can't understand why the burning from Houston to Fraser Lake are nowhere to be seen on the news! Just shows that outside Vancouver, nobody matters.
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CBC British Columbia Aug 16
"We're all in trouble." The Shovel Lake wildfire is the biggest in the province. Evacuation alerts are expanding. James Stump has seen the blaze up close, and he's worried for his community.
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Richard Zussman Aug 14
This is the view heading into the Prince George airport.
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Daily Hive Vancouver Aug 15
Replying to @DailyHiveVan
To get a sense of just how bad it is... Here's what looks like before and after the smoke
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Canadian Red Cross Aug 16
An Evacuation Alert means you should have your whole family ready to go. An Evacuation Order means you should leave immediately. Visit Emergency Info BC for Evacuation Alerts and Orders:
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350 Canada Aug 15
Today, BC declared a state of emergency in response to . This disaster is undoubtedly worsened by climate change. On Sept 8th let's show that real climate leadership means ceasing expansion:
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Mark Parrington Aug 14
Smoke aerosol from crossing to reach & early hours Wednesday in latest Atmosphere Monitoring Service forecast
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Danii-kun Aug 14
Took this picture from my apartment balcony just a few hours ago. This is the worst I've ever seen the smoke in the city. It looks like smog, it's so thick and yellow. There were large black pieces of ash falling from the sky... 😧
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Victoria Fire L-730 Aug 15
Victoria Fire Department members are currently on route to Fort St. James to assist with the wildfires currently plaguing the province. We wish all the firefighters currently working the fires a safe deployment.
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BC SPCA / BCSPCA Aug 15
As air quality advisories come up across the province due to wildfires, it’s worth taking precautions to ensure our pets are as comfortable as humans are in the haze and summer heat. Learn more at: .
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Richard Zussman 20h
Downtown Prince George. It is now pitch black. We are in downtown.
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Fire Chief Darrell Reid Aug 16
Not an everyday sight! trucks deployed to are travelling 15 hours on flatbeds to Ft. St. James. The other pic is crews being briefed on their mission. All are now enroute & ready to join in the fight.
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