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A Committee of the Whole meeting of the Peace River Regional District Board will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 9, 2021, at the PRRD Office Boardroom at 1981 Alaska Avenue in Dawson Creek. The regular meeting of the Peace River Regional District Board will follow immediately.
As of August 25, 2021, masks are mandatory in indoor public spaces; Board meeting attendees will be required to wear a mask.
As space is limited and to assist us in our safety planning, please email email@example.com to let us know that you will be attending, or call the office at 250-784-3200.
The Board’s full agendas may be viewed on the PRRD’s web page under the Agendas/Minutes tab.
Please continue to watch the meetings livestreamed over Facebook:
Effective at 12 noon on Tuesday, September 7, Category 2 and Category 3 open fires will be permitted throughout the Northwest and Prince George Fire Centres. Fireworks, including firecrackers; and sky lanterns will also be permitted.
You don’t have to be a kid to want to climb aboard a modern fire engine and take a look around, and this Saturday’s Charlie Lake Fire Department (CLFD) open house is your chance.
The CLFD took possession of a new tender, engine and support vehicle in 2020, and Saturday’s open house is a chance to show people the firefighting equipment that helps to protect lives and property in the Charlie Lake Fire Protection Area, says CLFD Fire Chief Ed Albury.
The Provincial Health Officer has issued an order effective today, August 25, that requires masks in all public indoor settings for all people born in 2009 or earlier (12+). To comply with this order, masks are required to be worn to enter all Peace River Regional District facilities, as they are public spaces.
The Charlie Lake Fire Department (CLFD) is sending a second crew to southern BC to help fight forest fires.
Volunteer firefighters Jason Mukjiha and Kyle Winters were deployed to the BC Wildfire Service’s Kamloops office and began working yesterday on an eight-day rotation to help fight a fire near Falkland, a town midway between Kamloops and Vernon.
The first CLFD crew, deployed in early August, arrived back in Fort St. John today after fighting fires in the Osoyoos and Falkland area. “The crew performed exceptionally well in challenging circumstances,” says CLFD Chief Edward Albury. “They are pleased that they could help out communities that are in dire need of assistance.”