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NELSON, B.C. - The British Columbia government and a fuel-service company are facing allegations under the Fisheries Act
People in the Slocan Valley say they are frustrated that officials will not release the results of water tests after last
WINLAW, B.C. - The Interior Health Authority has lifted all remaining water restrictions on the Slocan River and Lemon Creek
VANCOUVER - A spill of 35,000 litres of jet fuel wiped out an 80 kilometre stretch of shoreline along a creek and two rivers
CASTLEGAR, B.C. - Some of the water restrictions put in place after a tanker truck spilled its load of jet fuel in a southeast
A centre for support services has been established for residents affected by a jet fuel spill in Lemon Creek in B.C.'s Slocan
WINLAW, B.C. - Angry residents packed an overflowing hall and spilled into the parking lot in the southeastern British Columbia
The company responsible for spilling 32,000 litres of jet fuel into Lemon Creek in B.C.'s Slocan Valley could face charges
VANCOUVER - A tanker truck driver took a wrong turn and drove past two "road closed" signs before the vehicle tumbled off
VANCOUVER - Dead fish have been found following a tanker crash that saw up to 35,000 litres of jet fuel empty into a creek