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South Peace archives keeping history alive

South Peace archives keeping history alive

The South Peace archives have scanned the entirety of the Peace River Block News.
Meet Neiko and Dreki, North Shore Rescue's newest canine recruits

Meet Neiko and Dreki, North Shore Rescue's newest canine recruits

B.C.'s busiest SAR team now has three validated search dogs
Unique sprinkler system puts B.C. town at ease as wildfire rages nearby

Unique sprinkler system puts B.C. town at ease as wildfire rages nearby

A small B.C. town is coming up with innovative ways to protect homes against wildfires.
BC Wildfire Service warns online fire maps may be inaccurate

BC Wildfire Service warns online fire maps may be inaccurate

Inaccurate online maps 'can cause a lot of confusion and anxiety'
On a roll

On a roll

Heavy duty equipment abounds in Mile Zero.
Stop ignoring evacuation orders: BC Wildfire Service

Stop ignoring evacuation orders: BC Wildfire Service

'If you’re staying behind, things can change very quickly'
B.C. company moves to suck jet fuel out of the atmosphere

B.C. company moves to suck jet fuel out of the atmosphere

Carbon Engineering plans to produce millions of litres of jet fuel by sucking carbon dioxide out of the air. Could it offer a buffer for a world struggling to electrify or is it an excuse to keep burning oil?
Pay close attention to heat death, B.C.'s chief coroner tells staff

Pay close attention to heat death, B.C.'s chief coroner tells staff

Across B.C., 570 deaths have been attributed to the late June heat wave, a three-fold increase from previous years. Now, the chief coroner says she's directing staff to pay closer attention to heat death.
B.C. government, municipalities mobilize in the face of another heat wave

B.C. government, municipalities mobilize in the face of another heat wave

From 24-hour cooling centres to heavy misters, communities in Metro Vancouver are trying to get the upper hand on the incoming heat wave.
Birds jumped out of their nests to escape the June heat wave

Birds jumped out of their nests to escape the June heat wave

From Oregon to British Columbia, avian rehabilitation centres say baby birds plummeted from nests to escape the heat wave. 'They all kind of fell like rocks,' says the head of one rehab centre