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- *5555 on most cell-phones
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September 30 2015. All types of open fires are now permitted in the Cariboo Fire Centre. Specifically, members of the public will be able to burn piles of woody debris, stubble or grass.
IMPORTANT: Check with your local fire department, local government or regional district to determine if there are local bylaws that pertain to open fires in your area. If there are, you need to follow them.

New Drinking Water System in 108 Mile Ranch Receives Government Funding
November 11, 2015

This new system will provide residents clean and potable water for the foreseeable future after completion.

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Greyhound evaluating all B.C. routes but not cutting northern service
October 7, 2015

Asked whether any service cuts were being considered, the company said it was currently evaluating all of the routes in British Columbia.

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B.C. leaders get on board rail-safety lobby
September 25, 2015

The U.S.-led Safe Energy Leadership Alliance invited B.C.'s leaders to combine with its members to lobby for new protections from train accidents in Canada and the United States.

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B.C. cities declare authority over pot shops
September 25, 2015

Delegates at the Union of B.C. Municipalities voted strongly in favour of a resolution to endorse the position that they have the power to regulate dispensaries.

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Interior Has Highest Wildfire Risk in B.C.
September 9, 2015

The biggest issue the Kamloops Fire Centre is facing is with open fires, which are still banned. The campfire ban has been lifted, but fire crews have received reports of people who are beginning to start open burning.

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Biologists seek clues to B.C. moose deaths
The study is designed to determine the cause behind a serious decline in moose populations in the Interior and how it might be related to beetle-killed lodgepole pine forests. The theory is that vast clearcuts and new logging roads have made the moose more vulnerable to hunting by humans and wild predators.

The Round Lake Treatment Centre first opened on the shore of Round Lake between Vernon and Falkland in 1979


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