You've posted a health warning to Vavenby residents for not using the water after a tractor-trailer crashed and dropped diesel in the northern Thompson River on Sunday.
Inner Health is advising residents to check if there are signs of contamination of fuel in the water.
Residents who draw water from the Thompson River in the North, 10km south of Avola and the confluence of the Thompson and Clearwater rivers to be cautious and verify the water for any diesel fuel signal .
"Avola Creek's community water system is extracted from Avola Creek, which is not affected by this incident," said a spokeswoman for Internal Health.
Residents should not use river water if they smell or tastes like fuel.
"This means not drinking, showering or washing your teeth if the fuel odor is detected," said a spokesman.
TNRD says that boiling water will not make it safe and it is recommended for all users of the water to use bottled water until a new warning.
Water bottles and belt strap will be delivered to the Vavenby Fire Station for residents of the Vavenby community water system.
It is not clear how long the order will last and the Ministry of the Environment is monitoring the situation and working with an environmental consultant.
For more information, residents can call TNRD at 1-866-377-7188.
Photo: CTV Vancouver
UPDATE: 11:30 a.m.
The police are investigating after a vehicle that a pair of grandparents had in the interior was hit by a train and dragged.
The couple died after their car was struck on Sunday morning.
Staff Sgt. David Brown, with Langley's RCN, says that the incident occurred on Sunday morning at a crossroads that sees a frequent train traffic.
"There are intermittent lights and arms, so it's hard to understand why the vehicle would have stopped on the tracks," he said. "The couple is older, this may have contributed to the accident."
He says investigators are still trying to figure out how the car ended up in the tracks between two traffic weapons that prevent vehicles from approaching when a train arrives.
Brown says that the vehicle was dragged by "a certain distance" by a train of the CN.
He said police found the couple in medical difficulties.
They gave CPR to the couple, but both died in the scene.
– with files from The Canadian Press
ORIGINAL: 11 a.m.
An elderly couple died after her car was beaten with a train to Langley.
The police say to CTV News that it seems that the vehicle was trapped in the track when it was hit by a train to the west.
The incident was developed just before 10:00 a.m. Close to Langley Bypass and Glover Road.
The paramedics were on the scene and the police are talking with testimonials.
– with Vancouver CTV files
The Canadian Press –
December 30, 2018 / 6:57 a.m. | History:
The federal liberal party has selected the owner of a nursery business as its rival against NDP leader Jagmeet Singh at a forthcoming election in the lower part of the continent.
Karen Wang, owner of Angels Playhouse and formerly in the provincial elections of 2017 with B.C. The Liberals, the liberal candidate was appointed at a nomination meeting in Burnaby on Saturday.
He defeated biotechnology scientist Cyrus Eduljee, who is the product manager of Stemcell Technologies, after 123 votes cast.
"I am so excited and I am so honored to be selected by you here," said Wang, before reading a poem that said it was written by a Chinese poet.
"My eyes are full of tears because I love this land so deeply," the poem began.
Wang told journalists he believes he has what he needs to take on Singh, because he has lived for 20 years and has strong connections to the community.
"It's not from our local community, it can not represent us, represent us," he said.
"I think we will have a good chance of winning at Burnaby South, since I think I am very familiar with our community. I am one of the people here."
Wang said that its three main priorities would be to improve the accessibility of housing by increasing the supply, creating more jobs and improving public traffic.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has not yet set a date for the general election to Burnaby South, who was vacated by former Democratic deputy Kennedy Stewart, now mayor of Vancouver. It is anticipated that Trudeau calls for elections to Burnaby South, Outremont, Que., And York-Simcoe, Ont., That shoot at the beginning of the new year.
The general election, scheduled for February, marks the largest political test of Singh to date, while also trying to calm party fears about fundraising, suspension of polls and a growing list of veteran deputies who say they will not run in 2019.
Singh has stated that he plans to focus on the campaign in the assembly during the next month, so he can check "chosen" on his to-do list for the next critical campaign campaign.
In the 2015 federal elections, the NDP won at Burnaby South for just over 500 votes.
A party leader who can not win a seat usually goes away, although this has not happened in a call since the 1940s. Singh will not say what he will do if he loses.
Corporate lawyer, Jay Shin, is running for conservatives in the pre-selection, while Green Party leader Elizabeth May said the Greens will not be candidates.
The Canadian People's Party of Maxime Bernier plans to appoint a candidate in the next two weeks, said spokesman Martin Masse. Since the party is so new and only recently, there have been associations of electoral districts for riding, the candidate will not be selected through a typical nominal voting process.
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December 30, 2018 / 6:50 a.m. | History:
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A former legislative reporter in British Columbia who became the voice of the coroners service of the province died.
The B.C. The government says that Barb McLintock died at 68 for complications related to the recent diagnosis of thyroid cancer.
McLintock joined the BC Coroners Service after covering the provincial policy of The Province newspaper.
He served for 14 years with the coroners service, first as a prosecutor-in-chief from 2004, as the first forerunner of strategic programs, which included communications and relations with the media.
On Twitter, Prime Minister John Horgan called a "journalist and senior public officer" to McLintock, saying "the world has lost a wonderful soul."
The leading magistrate, Lisa Lapointe, issued a statement in which McLintock would be remembered for "his ability to tell stories, his incredible sense of duty and public service, as well as his kindness and reflective acts."
Photo: Emil Anderson Maintenance Co.
Several large rocks fell to Highway 1 on Saturday.
UPDATE: 6:30 a.m.
The Trans-Canada highway opened again during the night, reports DriveBC.
UPDATE: 4 p.m.
The Fraser Canyon highway to the north of Boston Bar is closed on Saturday, due to the fallen power lines.
The closure of Highway 1 is 20 kilometers north of the Boston bar.
In addition to the fallen power lines, several rocks have fallen down the road.
Emil Anderson Maintenance Co. It has been published on Twitter that has been clarifying several small stairs in the Canyon throughout the day, as BC Hydro works to repair the fallen lines.
The fallen power lines have cut power to more than 500 homes in the area.
DriveBC does not have an estimated time it will reopen the freeway.
UPDATE: 2:15 p.m.
Motorway 3 is now open after the avalanche control work closed the passage for several hours on Saturday morning.
The avalanche control is still scheduled to close the Trans-Canada freeway to the west of Revelstoke for two hours, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
ORIGINAL: 10 a.m.
The heavy snow in the interior of the night at night forced the temporary closure of Kootenay passage, as the crews work to mitigate the danger of avalanches in the area.
A 15.7 kilometer stretch of Motorway 3, between the Western guard gateway and the gateway to the east, was closed Saturday morning for avalanche control work.
DriveBC estimates that the road will open again until noon.
Later tonight, it is expected that the Trans-Canada freeway will also be temporarily shut down for flood control work.
From the gateway to Lake Griffin to Clanwilliam OH Bridge, in the west of Revelstoke, it is expected that Highway 1 will be closed from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Photo: Google Maps
UPDATE: 9:30 p.m.
You have cleared Highway 1 of Golden, according to DriveBC.
Watch this link to get updates throughout the night, as the area has been subjected to an intermittent closure since afternoon.
UPDATE: 8:50 p.m.
Once again, you have closed a stretch of 1.5 miles near Golden in the Highway 1.
It has been open and closed several times during the last hours.
A vehicle incident shortly after 4:00 p.m. closed the freeway originally. DriveBC now reports that the items are closed over and over again in both directions.
At this time, it will not wait until 11:00 p.m.
UPDATE: 7:30 p.m.
Motorway 1 has been cleared in both directions between Anderson Road and 11th Street North for a stretch of 1.5 miles near Golden.
UPDATE: 6:25 p.m.
Road 1 near Golden has been closed again.
There is still no word about when it can be reopened.
UPDATE: 6 p.m.
DriveBC reports that the road is running on a single lane, alternating traffic in the 1.5 km stretch of Golden.
The next update is waiting at 7 p.m.
ORIGINAL: 4:25 p.m.
A 1.5 kilometer stretch of Golden 1st freeway is closed because of a vehicle incident.
The incident occurred between Anderson Road and 11th Street North.
There is no estimated reopening time available, as you are conducting an evaluation. The next update will be provided at 6:00 p.m. PST
A man who has wanted in an order throughout the province since mid-December has been detained by the police in Salmon Arm.
Jason Ross Cameron, 41, was wanted to break, enter and rob, possession of goods obtained for crimes of more than $ 5,000 and theft of a car.
He was arrested and detained without incident on December 28 when members of the Salmon Arm RCMP group located Cameron.
The RCMP wants to thank the members of the public who provided information about the whereabouts of Cameron. They say that public information was key in the capture of this wanted man.
A Vancouver downtown restaurant has been evicted from commercial cuisine in which he used to cook his soup after a disturbing incident of a rat allegedly found in one of his dishes on Thursday.
Crab Park Chowdery, where the rat was cooked, used the restaurant next to Mamie Taylor to make her soups. Vancouver Coast Health Inspectors closed Friday on Mamie Taylor Wednesday in response to a social media newsletter that showed that a rat was lifted from a loaf of bread in the cock.
On Saturday, Mamie Taylor's decision to open it again, and owner Ron Oliver has announced that she is cutting the ties with critics, CTV News reports.
"It's nice to feel vindicated, it was not the problem, but at the same time, [Friday] It was a very difficult day, "said Oliver.
He was bitten by criticism of criticisms for his lack of cleaning standards.
"Restaurants are not intended to be messy, especially when you are preparing food. It is very important that cleaning is of the utmost importance. There were some problems to keep things tidy and the organization they are going to direct and treat, but that were continually ongoing, "he said.
Oliver added that Mamie Taylor does not use the same underground kitchen that was made by chowder, which operated in its separate facilities on the main floor.
Owner of the Chowdery Crab Park, Ashton Phillips, told CTV Friday that he is shocked by the incident.
"We have made rigorous and rigorous efforts to ensure that we offer the best safety and health standards."
Vancouver Coastal Health confirmed that signs of rodents, including stool, were present during a chicken inspection in February, but that the problem had been resolved this month, and no more were recorded Signs both in April and October.
–with Vancouver CTV files
Missing left-to-right sleds: Ryan Pyper, Todd Kennedy and Braydon Kennedy.
UPDATE: 4:30 p.m.
The three snowmobilers that had disappeared near Revelstoke Saturday had gotten their sleds trapped in the snow.
Revelstoke RCMP says that after 5 o'clock on Saturday, he informed Ryan Pyper of Red Deer, Alta., I Braydon Kennedy and Todd Kennedy of Sylvan Lake, Alta. It had not been heard since the previous morning.
With the crews of land and a helicopter, Revelstoke Search and Rescue found the three men at 3:00 p.m. on the mountain of Boulder.
The men were taken to the mountain cabin of Boulder to warm themselves up and did not need any medical attention.
Revelstoke RCMP warn users of any country that have the right equipment when they enter the mountain, travel in groups and be prepared to spend the night.
UPDATE: 3:10 a.m.
The search for the three missing snowmobile near Revelstoke ended happily on Saturday.
Ryan Pyper, Braydon Kennedy and Todd Kennedy found themselves on Boulder's mountain without illustrating, after search crews spent the bulk of the morning and afternoon looking for them.
At this time, it is not clear what caused them to be trapped in the mountains during the night, but an important amount of snow fell to the area on Friday and the visibility was low.
ORIGINAL: 2:15 p.m.
Search and rescue crews are covering an area next to Revelstoke Saturday, after three snowmobilers did not return on a trip on Friday.
Ryan Pyper, Braydon Kennedy and Todd Kennedy arrived at Revelstoke from Alberta on Thursday night and went to sled on the next Boulder mountain the following morning. The area is a popular sleigh region.
On Saturday morning, Pyper's wife, Rozanne, posted on Facebook, saying the three had not been listened since Friday morning. The male truck has been found in the Boulder mountain sleigh zone.
This afternoon, Rozanne says that a helicopter has been looking for the area for four hours, but there is low visibility in the area.
"My family and I appreciate all your love and support that has been poured," Rozanne has published. "We are very close and very positive."
Rozanne's first Facebook site has shared more than 10,000 times.
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December 29, 2018 / 12:39 p.m. | History:
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BC Hydro says that all customers who lost power in a powerful storm storm south-west of British Columbia before December would have to restore it by the end of December, as the northern and northern parts of the country, # 39; east of the province faced more winter storms.
The crew have restored power to more than 700,000 customers since the storm of wind occurred on December 20 and about 650 customers in the Gulf Islands remained in power on Saturday.
BC Hydro says that many of the South Gulf islands were the most affected and the storm damaged hundreds of power lines, poles, crevices and transformers, leaving roads completely covered with trees and vegetation.
The crews of the Vancouver island have been sent to the Gulf Islands to help with restoration efforts and more than 80 teams have been working on Saturday.
BC Hydro says he expects to restore power to the islands of Bruce Peak, Galiano, Mayne and Saturn on Saturday, the island of Salt Spring on Sundays and the island of Park on Monday.
Canada Environment unveiled winter storms and snow warnings on Saturday in the British Columbia from Fort Nelson, north to Columbia Island and the regions from Shuswap to the south, with up to 30 cm of snow expected in some areas before the weather system moves to Alberta.
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December 29, 2018 / 12:20 p.m. | History:
The B.C. Lottery Corp. says Friday night's $ 39.5 million dollar Lotto Max jackpot winnings were bought south of the Delta.
The Crown corporation says that the single winning ticket coincided with the seven numbers throughout Canada.
He says that the specific retail sale where the ticket was sold will be released after the winner.
All winners of the lottery are 52 weeks after the draw date that is printed on your ticket to present their prize.
The odds of winning a Lotto Max prize or the Maxmillion prize are 28,633,528 per game.
The prize for the upcoming lottery of Lotto Max on January 4 will be approximately 10 million dollars.
A pedestrian has been hit by a bus and seriously injured in Surrey.
The RCMP closed the intersection on the 152th and 68th streets. Avenue to Newton after the collision, which happened at 7:20 a.m.
The police say the injuries of the victim are serious and potentially fatal.
The public is asked to avoid the area while the police continue their investigation.
All the traffic to the south from the 152th street from the 72nd avenue is blocked, and all the traffic to the north from 66.
Any witness who is in contact with Surrey RCMP is required at 604-599-0502.
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