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Chilliwack Fire – Gas Fireplace Too Hot To Handle

Chilliwack – Tis the season to warm yourself by the fire, but… the Chilliwack Fire Department want to remind homeowner’s to follow the manufacturer’s instructions on the use of natural gas heating appliances and have them serviced annually by a…


Fire At Chilliwack Motor Inn

Chilliwack – On Saturday Morning (October 22, 2016 around Midnight) the Chilliwack Fire Department was dispatched to a reported structure fire located in the 8100 block of Young Road (Chilliwack Motor Inn). On arrival fire crews were met with heavy…


Chilliwack – Sumas Prairie Road Structure Fire

Chilliwack – On Friday evening (October 7th, 2016 at approximately 8:00 pm) the Chilliwack Fire Department was dispatched to a reported structure fire located in the 6400 block of Sumas Prairie Rd. On arrival fire crews reported seeing smoke and…



Burns Bog Fire Monday Evening Update

Delta  – MONDAY 8 PM UPDATE – Delta Mayor Lois Jackson updated the fire situation– and its good news. The Burns Bog fire is now 50% contained and all evacuations orders will be lifted this evening at 8PM. Helicopters will…


Open Fire Restrictions – Campfires OK For Now

Fraser Valley – Effective at noon on Friday, May 13, 2016, Category 2 open fires will be prohibited in most areas of the Coastal Fire Centre’s jurisdiction to help prevent human-caused wildfires and protect public safety. This prohibition will remain…


Abbotsford Warehouse Fire

Abbotsford  (Kevin MacDonald/KAM Productions) – Just after 3:30am Sunday Morning, crews were called to the intersection of Peardonville and Townline for a reported structure fire. When they arrived they found heavy smoke pouring out of the back of a warehouse…


Chilliwack Fire – Lickman Road Structure Fire

Chilliwack – On Wednesday afternoon (March 16th 2016 17:00pm) the Chilliwack Fire Department was dispatched to a reported structure fire located in the 5000 block of Lickman Rd. Firefighters responded from Halls 1, 4 & 6. On arrival fire crews…


Sparking Up A Campfire During Restrictions Will Cost You

Victoria (CP) — Sparking up a campfire in defiance of fire restrictions would burn a bigger hole in your wallet under proposed changes to British Columbia’s Wildfire Act. Amendments to the law would set a $1,150 fine for failing to…