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Wildfire risk reduction grants in Kamloops Fire Centre

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Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development

Wildfire risk reduction grants in Kamloops Fire Centre

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List of grants provided in Kamloops Fire Centre

Recipients of community resiliency investment grants in the Kamloops Fire Centre include:

  • Thompson-Nicola Regional District: $100,000 to assist with education and cross-training
  • Squamish-Lillooet Regional District: $67,000 to assist with cross-training and FireSmart activities on private land
  • Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen: $100,000 to assist with planning, inter-agency co-operation and FireSmart activities on private land
  • Columbia Shuswap Regional District: $100,000 to assist with education, cross-training and FireSmart activities on private land
  • Sun Peaks Mountain Resort Municipality: $124,200 to assist with education, planning, development, cross-training, fuel and vegetation management, and FireSmart activities on private land
  • Village of Lytton: $13,070 to assist with education, planning, development, cross-training, fuel and vegetation management, and FireSmart activities on private land
  • District of Peachland: $100,000 to assist with education, planning and fuel and vegetation management
  • District of Lake Country: $35,000 to assist with education, fuel and vegetation management, and FireSmart activities on private land
  • City of Kamloops: $264,300 to assist with fuel and vegetation management
  • District of Summerland: $100,000 to assist with education, planning and fuel and vegetation management
  • City of Merritt: $71,500 to assist with education, planning and fuel and vegetation management
  • City of Penticton: $100,000 to assist with education and fuel and vegetation management
  • District of Clearwater: $35,000 to assist with planning
  • Village of Keremeos: $50,000 to assist with education, emergency planning and FireSmart demonstration projects
  • Tk'emlúps te Secwepemc First Nation: $100,000 to assist with education, planning, inter-agency co-operation, cross-training and fuel and vegetation management
  • Lytton First Nation: $8,450 to assist with education, planning and inter-agency co-operation
  • Neskonlith Indian Band: $200,000 to assist with education, planning and fuel and vegetation management
  • Skuppah First Nation: $4,000 to assist with education, planning and cross-training
  • Xaxli’p First Nation: $28,105 to assist with education, planning, inter-agency co-operation and FireSmart activities on private land
  • Xwisten (Bridge River Indian Band): $70,475 to assist with education, planning and cross-training
  • Siska First Nation: $18,084 to assist with education, planning and cross-training
  • Lower Nicola Indian Band: $76,400 to assist with fuel and vegetation management
  • Kanaka Bar Indian Band: $88,201 to assist with education, planning, cross-training and fuel and vegetation management
  • Westbank First Nation: $30,000 to assist with planning
  • Splatsin Indian Band: $90,440 to assist with education, cross-training and fuel and vegetation management
  • City of Kelowna: $100,000 to assist with planning, development and fuel and vegetation management
  • Okanagan Indian Band: $98,000 to assist with fuel and vegetation management

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