CMA Meetings/Events

Next Regular Meeting Tuesday September 12th at the Seniors Center here in Quesnel.

7:00 pm Enter through the side door.

October 7th, 2017

CMA Annual General Meeting 1:00pm at the Billy Barker Casino Hotel: Downstairs in the Showroom.

October 7th, 2017

Annual Pot Luck Picnic at the Cottonwood Community Center.

Starts at 5:00pm bring your favorite dish and your dancing shoes for live music after dinner.

 

Attention ALL PLACER MINERS in BC:

Hi all Members: I have been working with FLNRO, MEM and the Fire Center, I have attached the Crown Land Document here for you. You MUST Still follow all the regulations of the Wild Fire Act.

Here are the links again for the Danger Ratings and Also for the Weather Stations close to you.

http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/dmf-viewer/?siteid=8461315703751178746&ll=52.3,-122&z=7

 

http://bcfireinfo.for.gov.bc.ca/hprScripts/DgrCls/index.asp?Region=7

 

The Link Below is the Document for Crown Land Use: Dated August 11, 2017

 2017FLNR0224-001428 

 

This is the information that Rick Adams (MEM) was able to get for the Placer Industry, from the Information Officer for The Cariboo Fire Center.

This closure does not apply to mining activities. As you mentioned, these activities are still bound by the usual restrictions and we would like to urge that caution be taken with all activities given the current extreme fire danger ratings and high winds expected in the next couple of days.

Natasha Broznitsky

Information Officer, Cariboo Fire Centre

BC Wildfire Service | Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations

Phone: 778-799-2101 | Cell: 250-392-0171

Report Wildfires: 1 800 663-5555 or *5555

 

 

Here is the link to the weather stations here in the Cariboo:  http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/dmf-viewer/?siteid=8461315703751178746&ll=52.3,-122&z=7

Here is the link to the Danger Class for those weather stations: http://bcfireinfo.for.gov.bc.ca/hprScripts/DgrCls/index.asp?Region=7

See below for the Regulations that pertain to you the Placer Miner!

Here are the regulations for High Risk Industrial operations which we fall under.

Schedule 3

[am. B.C. Reg. 206/2005, s. 16.]

Restrictions on High Risk Activities

(Section 6 (3))

Column 1
Fire Danger
Class (DGR)
Column 2
Restriction
Column 3
Duration
III (moderate) After 3 consecutive days of DGR III or greater, maintain a fire watcher after work for a minimum of one hour Until after the fire danger class falls below DGR III
IV (high) Maintain a fire watcher after work for a minimum of 2 hours Until after the fire danger class falls below DGR III
After 3 consecutive days of DGR IV, cease activity between 1 p.m. PDT (Pacific Daylight Saving Time) and sunset each day Until after the fire danger class falls to DGR III for 2 consecutive days, or falls below DGR III
V (extreme) Cease activity between 1 p.m. PDT (Pacific Daylight Saving Time) and sunset each day and maintain a fire watcher after work for a minimum of 2 hours Until after the fire danger class falls below DGR IV for 2 or more consecutive days
After 3 consecutive days of DGR V, cease activity all day Until after the danger class falls below DGR V for 3 or more consecutive days, or falls below DGR IV

 

 

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