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For up-to-date and accurate information regarding the Inkaneep Creek wildfire, please reference these official links:

RDOS Emergency Operation Centre

Latest RDOS Updates.

BC Wildfire Service - Interactive Map

Keep up-to-date on current wildfire conditions in the area.

BC Wildfire Service - Notices

View current wildfires of note in the area.

To report a wildfire or irresponsible behaviour that could start a wildfire in British Columbia,
please call 1 800 663-5555 or (*5555 from a cell phone) as soon as possible. Information from the public is crucial to the effectiveness of our response.

Links to general information about fires:

  • EmergencyInfoBC Online source for emergency alerts
  • DriveBC Road conditions and closures
  • BC Air Quality The Air Quality Health Index is a health protection tool that is designed to help you make decisions to protect your health by limiting short-term exposure to air pollution and adjusting your activity levels during increased levels of air pollution

For up-to-date and accurate information regarding the Inkaneep Creek wildfire, please reference these official links:

RDOS Emergency Operation Centre

Latest RDOS Updates.

BC Wildfire Service - Interactive Map

Keep up-to-date on current wildfire conditions in the area.

BC Wildfire Service - Notices

View current wildfires of note in the area.

To report a wildfire or irresponsible behaviour that could start a wildfire in British Columbia,
please call 1 800 663-5555 or (*5555 from a cell phone) as soon as possible. Information from the public is crucial to the effectiveness of our response.

Links to general information about fires:

  • EmergencyInfoBC Online source for emergency alerts
  • DriveBC Road conditions and closures
  • BC Air Quality The Air Quality Health Index is a health protection tool that is designed to help you make decisions to protect your health by limiting short-term exposure to air pollution and adjusting your activity levels during increased levels of air pollution

Heat Alert for Interior BC!

“Due to changes in the climate, British Columbia is experiencing an increase in annual summer temperatures and extremely hot days. On average, Canada is warming at about double the magnitude of global warming, and British Columbia is warming faster than many parts of Canada.” — Interior Health

The following resources are provided to you by the provincial government to help you prepare for and manage the extreme heat in our region:

New Destination BC Updates!

We continue to monitor the situation closely to ensure that the most current information is available and that recommended practices and protocols are followed.

If you have any symptoms associated with COVID-19 or have been in contact with a known case, we ask that you please postpone your visit.

Latest Orders and Information:

Government Links Regarding Province-Wide Restrictions:

Know Before You Go:

Planning and Prevention Measures

To protect yourself and do your part in the containment of the virus, follow the same advice for cold and flu season:

    • Wash your hands often with soap and water.
    • Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing.
    • Avoid others who are unwell.
    • Stay home when you are sick.

Visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website for more detailed preventative measures.

Traveling Safely & Responsibly

Plan For Safe & Responsible Travel

Traveling in BC may be a little different this year. We’ll need to take more time with planning, and be more conscious of our impact on communities—especially the smaller ones when we visit.

As a starting point, Destination BC has compiled 10 tips to help you plan and travel responsibly in BC this season.

Driving Information

Access current driving conditions and live highway cams across British Columbia.

Air Quality Index

Access to information on air quality. View the smoke forecast.

Wildfire Map

View BC Wildfire Service’s interactive wildfire map.

Border Crossing Information

The Canadian border remains closed for recreational tourism, so we are asking our international visitors to dream now and explore BC later when the time is right. While the border remains open for essential travel purposes, any visitor who arrives from outside of Canada must quarantine for 14 days.

Driving Information

Access current driving conditions and live highway cams across British Columbia.

Air Quality Index

Access to information on air quality. View the smoke forecast.

Wildfire Map

View BC Wildfire Service’s interactive wildfire map.

Border Crossing Information

The Canadian border remains closed for recreational tourism, so we are asking our international visitors to dream now and explore BC later when the time is right. While the border remains open for essential travel purposes, any visitor who arrives from outside of Canada must quarantine for 14 days.