B.C. hasn’t done enough to reduce wildfire risk, communities say

Logan Lake
A wildfire in Logan Lake, B.C., on June 20, 2017 is seen in this handout photo.The fire stayed low to the ground and did not burn upwards to the tops of trees because of the community’s wildfire mitigation efforts.

The fire in Logan Lake started like so many others in British Columbia’s worst wildfire season on record — a smouldering campfire, not fully extinguished, sparked flames that spread across the forest floor.


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