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CASTLEGAR – An area restriction order that’s been in effect near fires burning in areas west of Elkford is being amended, effective immediately, to increase public access to those areas and reopen some forest service roads.
WILLIAMS LAKE – Despite cooler temperatures and recent rain showers in some areas, campfires are still prohibited in a large part of the Cariboo Fire Centre. Campfires are allowed east of the Fraser River, but remain banned in areas west of the Fraser River.
VANCOUVER – Motorists are advised that a lane closure is in effect on Highway 99 at the Bridgeport off-ramp due to highway culvert repairs and paving.
VICTORIA – Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Minster Steve Thomson has issued the following statement today:
KAMLOOPS – With 152 wildfires still active in the province, the Wildfire Management Branch will welcome 85 more out-of-province fire personnel today to allow B.C. firefighting crews to take mandatory days off.
BURNABY – The British Columbia Coroners Service has confirmed the identity of a male found deceased in North Vancouver in 2004.
VICTORIA – Minister of Education Peter Fassbender issued the following statement today:
SURREY – A brand-new high school and additions to three elementary schools will add more than 1,800 spaces for students in Surrey.  
VICTORIA – British Columbia is experiencing one of its most active wildfire seasons in the past decade.
CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI – Today, Premiers Christy Clark, Brad Wall and Dave Hancock agreed to review the list of exceptions to the New West Partnership Trade Agreement (NWPTA) to make trade in the New West even more open.
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