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A great person in the community. She will be greatly missed. Our condolences to Peter and family.

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In the last week there have been 2 instances that campfires have been abandoned without being put out. It is vitally important to put campfires out before leaving the area.Please be responsible when having campfires as it is extremely dry and it wouldn’t take much to have a bad fire season.

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Our firefighters were out a couple of weeks ago working on FireSmart mitigation (Before the prohibition). Remember, effective as of 12 p.m. (noon) Pacific Daylight Time on Thursday, March 28, Category 2 and 3 open fires will be prohibited across the entire Cariboo Fire Centre. This prohibition includes the Cariboo Chilcotin Forest District, the 100 Mile House Forest District and the Quesnel Forest District. The following activities, equipment, materials and substances will also be prohibited:-Fireworks-Sky lanternsThis prohibition does not ban campfires that are half-metre high by half-metre wide or smaller, and does not apply to cooking stoves that use gas, propane or briquettes.Stay safe everyone!

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The crew working on FireSmart around the Firehall.

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Archive for January 2013

Clinton – Kelly Lake

This is a message that we got from Michelle Schilling, MOT Area Manager for Clinton – Bridge Lake:

“We are receiving reports  that the  section of  Pavilion Clinton Road  along  Kelly Lake  is  receiving  regular   small avalanche releases  from the   slopes above the roadway.  This area was  burned  in 2009 Kelly Lake Wildfire  and we are  now seeing  more  active  snow releases this winter.  The  snow releases  may be a hazard to  ice fishers, and snowmobilers in the park and other road users in the area.     The  releases are leaving about  1 + m of snow on the roadway.

We  will contact our avalanche  staff for more information on this new phenomena and  will review the  existing  debris flow  hazard signs.”

The Snowmobile Club will try and keep everyone posted.

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