Fire evacuation

Latoya Wiks is making life as normal as possible for her five kids, but having everyone share one crowded room is stressful. Pictured with baby Tobias and three-year-old Novah. (Zoe Ducklow photo)

Housing shortage showing its teeth after North Island apartment fire

The suspicious January fire dispossessed 15 families in Port Hardy

 

Dex needs surgery after breaking his paw in the panic caused by an apartment fire. (Submitted)

Dog needs surgery after escaping burning North Island building

Fundraiser started for veterinarian costs after Dex breaks paw dropping from upper floor apartment

 

A mattress on fire gutted the second floor hallway at Town Park Apartments C-block Jan. 17. (Port Hardy Fire Rescue images)

‘Suspicious’ Port Hardy apartment fire could keep tenants out of their homes for months

A burning mattress created smoke and heat, causing several tenants to jump from windows

 

Fire consumes a unit at Dogwood Apartments on Eighth Avenue and Dogwood Street in Port Alberni on June 28, 2020. Six people escaped from the building, which broke out in the early hours of Sunday morning. (TOM PARKINSON/Special to AV News)

Six people escape as fire consumes residence in Port Alberni complex

Dogwood Street unit sustains heavy damage, four families displaced after blaze

Fire consumes a unit at Dogwood Apartments on Eighth Avenue and Dogwood Street in Port Alberni on June 28, 2020. Six people escaped from the building, which broke out in the early hours of Sunday morning. (TOM PARKINSON/Special to AV News)
The Eagle Bluff Wildfire to the north of Oliver, B.C. is estimated to have grown to 600 hectares as of Tuesday night. (B.C. Wildfire Services)

VIDEO: More properties on alert as Eagle Bluff wildfire grows to 1,260 hectares

Properties now under an evacuation notice include an area in the Senkulmen Business Park in Oliver

The Eagle Bluff Wildfire to the north of Oliver, B.C. is estimated to have grown to 600 hectares as of Tuesday night. (B.C. Wildfire Services)