fire ban

Category 2 and 3 fire bans are being implemented in the Coastal as well as Southeast Fire Centres starting Friday July 24. (BC Wildfire Service)

Category 2, 3 fires to be banned in Southeast and Coastal Fire Centres

There are similar bans in the Kamloops and Cariboo Fire Centres as well

 

North Okanagan municipalities comply with burn ban

North Okanagan municipalities comply with burn ban

Township of Spallumcheen, City of Armstrong have banned open burning, like the rest of the province

 

File photo

Campfires still permitted in Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen

Restrictions have been implemented elsewhere within valley

 

Areas in yellow indicate high smoke sensitivity areas where open burning restrictions are in place to decrease susceptibility to COVID-19. (Interactive Venting Index)

Increased coronavirus cases spark B.C.-wide burning restrictions

Centre for Disease Control recommends measure to reduce excess air pollution

Areas in yellow indicate high smoke sensitivity areas where open burning restrictions are in place to decrease susceptibility to COVID-19. (Interactive Venting Index)
Open fire bans in the Kamloops and Coastal fire centres still remain in effect for local jurisdictions. (Black Press file photo)

Open fire ban rescinded in Kamloops, Okanagan, but local bylaws still in effect

Category 2 and 3 open fires still not permitted despite Wildfire Centre lifting ban

Open fire bans in the Kamloops and Coastal fire centres still remain in effect for local jurisdictions. (Black Press file photo)