Edgewater Park within the metropolis of Pointe-Claire might very nicely resemble a farmer’s subject this summer time. Monday morning, the town launched a pilot undertaking, Eco-Grazing — involving a herd of six sheep that may roam the waterside park adjoining to Lake St-Louis, from June 11 to July 20. “We want to show people
BC Wildfire Service crews are serving to Merritt-area firefighters with a big grass hearth that has damaged out northwest of the Nicola Valley metropolis. The hearth, which is on the Lower Nicola Indian Band (LNIB) reserve, is about 10 acres in dimension, in response to Chief Aaron Sumexheltza. READ MORE:
The Rocky View Fire Department called in crews from nearby stations to help put out a grass fire west of Calgary Sunday afternoon. Officials told Global News the grass is very dry and long where the fire sparked up at around 3 p.m. in a field along Highway 1 near Springbank.
With harvesting underway, it’s a busy time for farmers. But the hot and dry conditions are also making it a busy time for firefighters in the Municipal District of Willow Creek. “We have five stations within the M.D. of Willow Creek so we respond from Nanton, all the way to