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Luna Aug 25
It's finally raining!!! Everyone up and down the street is cheering! *fingers crossed* it doesn't come with lightning.
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Shannon Waters Sep 1
Our country is burning. 2.5 million hectares of BC up in smoke in the last 2 summer. The whole province is in a drought after many parts experienced record flooded this spring. Haven't been paying attention have you?
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Lady 12 💙🏈💚 Aug 26
Update-We are still on evacuation alert. The fires close to us are still classified as out of control. I had to do some running around today so my head is pounding! Smoke is brutal. Thank you again to all of the firefighters who are working so hard to keep us safe.
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Harjit Sajjan Aug 24
Our are always ready to support Canadians in their time of need. Today I stopped in to thank those working in Merritt. More than 400 Canadian Armed Forces members are supporting British Columbians by fighting fires and providing logistical airlift.
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Jagmeet Singh Aug 24
The people of BC need our help right now. lives are at risk and homes are being evacuated. Fire crews from across Canada are helping out & people need our support and care. Gurkiran & I just donated to the Red Cross – if you can, donate here:
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John Horgan Sep 10
On behalf of all British Columbians, I offer my sincere thanks to our for their hard work during another difficult season, and for spending time away from their families to help our province in a time of need.
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Minister C. McKenna Aug 28
Science is linking climate change with increased risk of forest fires like the . The government is committed to our national plan to reduce carbon pollution, support clean growth and help Canadians build resilience:
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Zahra Premji Aug 23
Did I just look out the window and see rain? 🙋🏻Hello old friend - We missed you here in BC!
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crackmacs Sep 3
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Perry Bellegarde Aug 25
Like everyone, I’m worried sick that these fires may put people in harm’s way. I fully support these communities and their proposal to ensure they receive equal emergency response measures.
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Victoria Fire L-730 Aug 24
Our relief crews have arrived in to assist with the ongoing wildfires in the area. Thanks to our initial deployment crew for their hard work and safe travels back to the island.
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Fire Chief Darrell Reid Sep 27
The women & men of stand with you in your time of loss. 10 members of worked for earlier in their careers. I’ve heard 1st hand what a good man Capt. Russell was. We’re proud our crews worked together in the .
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starleigh_grass Sep 20
After took a toll on the already declining moose population, Tsilhqot’in Nation asked gov to ban moose hunt. This request was unsuccessful, so the Tsilhqot’in decided to apply traditional law and have set up their own moose hunt blockades.
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Andrew Gage 4h
Replying to @ModoTrying @WCELaw
That's just one example of the many types of being experienced by Canadians.
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Muhammad Lila Aug 25
With wildfires raging in Western Canada, teams of firefighters have flown in from Australia, New Zealand, and Mexico, to fight alongside Canadians to battle the blazes. Note: This is what happens when you don't alienate your allies.
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Dianne C. Sep 3
On , sending a huge thumbs up to everyone working on the , in every capacity that has been taken & continues to take. BC owes you so much. 👍
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Victoria Fire L-730 Aug 25
After 11 days of providing structural protection Victoria Fire crews have been demobilized and are now making the long drive back to . Thanks to the residents of and for their hospitality during our stay.
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John Horgan Sep 14
While the skies have cleared for most of BC, more than 400 are still burning in our province. Wildfire crews and volunteers from across BC and beyond have worked so hard all season long to keep people safe. Thank you to each and every one of you.
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Britton Jacob-Schram Sep 30
. sounds like you need plan B for your fracking electricity subsidies. Like, as in CANCEL these Liberal-borne vanity projects: they tank your Gov't promises, increase , kill off the last & literally melt our planet.
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Leora Eisen Sep 1
As director of I’m alarmed by this column denying role of in . Yes of course bad forest mgmt is partly to blame. But Margaret Wente cherry picks and ignores research from leading experts like
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