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My view of the world is full of smoke and ashes.  The wildfires in BC have full cities evacuated, and over 40,000 of them have come to our city for refuge.   311 more words

No rain in the forecast today in B.C.'s fire zone

There is some good and bad news in the forecast for B.C.’s southern and central interior.

Global News meteorologist Mark Madryga says the winds should not be bad for the first few days of this week. 132 more words


B.C. wildfire: Exhausted evacuees make their way to Kamloops, more centres open

As multiple wildfires continue to consume the province, close to 40,000 people have been forced out of their homes.

One of the latest evacuations orders was… 498 more words


Northern B.C. First Nations band raises money for wildfire evacuees

A northern B.C. First Nations band is raising money for wildfire evacuees using an Aboriginal ceremony.

The Nak’azdli First Nation from Fort St James hosted a blanket ceremony on Friday in order to lend a hand to those in need. 102 more words


Tourists Must Find New Places To Stay After Peak 2 Fire Evacuations

By Andrea Flores

BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. (CBS4)– Tourists staying in the Peak 7 neighborhood near Breckenridge are putting their vacation plans on hold, 24 hours after they were evacuated for the Peak 2 Fire. 431 more words


Sports Limited: Dealing post traumatic stress & invisible wounds thru games, conversations

Volleyball and other indigenous games are approaches to decrease post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among survivors of violent conflict.

Recently, EcoWEB engages some evacuees hosted in Iligan city in sports, arts, music, conversations and listening to help ease their tensions and feelings. 304 more words

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96 evacuees receive hygiene kits, goods from OPAPP

Mini bags for women, medicines, mokna, hygiene kits, and grocery items.

These were distributed to 96 persons at the evacuation center at barangay Saray, Iligan on June 27. 70 more words

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