The Province has unveiled its plan to rejuvenate and add to the Stop of Interest signs located on highways across British Columbia.
The Union of BC Municipalities annual convention is being held in Victoria, B.C. September 26-30 at the Victoria Convention Centre. More than 1,800 delegates will attend the annual event that includes workshops, clinics, resolution and debates, as well as speeches from the Premier, Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development and the Leader of the Opposition.
Effective at noon on Sept. 26, 2016, all open fires will once again be permitted throughout the Coastal Fire Centre’s jurisdiction. Tiki torches, burn barrels, fireworks, sky lanterns and binary exploding targets are also permitted. Accumulated rain and cooler temperatures has reduced the wildfire risk in the region.
BC Wildfire Service personnel will be conducting a prescribed burn for BC Timber Sales the week of Sept. 26 weather permitting.
The results are in, and five communities across British Columbia have won the Small Business Roundtable’s Open for Business Award in recognition of their efforts to support the growth of small businesses, create jobs and drive local economic growth.
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