Field journal section (new blog) is currently being worked on. I removed the documentary video. Too many problems with consecutive false claims on YouTube. At this point in time I am putting the series on the back burner. There was too much time, effort and money involved to be going through that sorted nonsense. My primary focus is with field research. Not with film.
The ban was lifted in large part to getting lots of rain over the weekend.
The welcomed rain aided in dropping the fire danger ratings from ‘moderate’ to ‘low’.
However there is still a category 2 open burning ban in place for the area.
In the Coastal Fire Region an open fire ban is still in place.
The ban covers the Coast Mountain Range, Tweedsmuir South Provincial Park, the Sunshine Coast, Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and Haida Gwaii, and will remain in effect until Oct. 21 or until the public is notified.
Unsure about what you can burn or want to know what your legal obligations are when open burning? The Government of British Columbia has produced a series of pamphlets which detail safe practices and the regulations around open burning and can be found online.
To report a wildfire, unattended campfire or open burning violation, call 1-800-663-555.
Source: Global News
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