Jen Zielinski

B.C. wildfires to burn into 2018

Many of the largest fires likely won’t be doused until the spring.

Heart-wrenching video pays tribute to wildfire crews

Video of the Elephant Hill wildfire and firefighters on scene is bringing B.C. residents to tears

Animals rescued from fire line

Found inside the wildfires, animals and birds need help

BC Hydro repairs equipment and credits bills

BC Hydro is working to repair more than 900 pieces of equipment damanged in wildfires.

Monte Lake evacuees share their stories

Evacuees take to social media to tell friends and family they made it out.

One serious Caesar

Two Kelowna bartenders launch a new version of the Caesar

Firefighters prepare for another long day

Firefighters in Princeton gear up for another day behind the fireline.

Evacuees call Kelowna a temporary home

The Salvation Army opens their doors to wildfire evacuees from Williams Lake and 100 Mile House.

Thanking firefighters on the front line

Those in the Okanagan send thanks and well wishes to those battling wildfires.

BC Hydro works to restore power

According to BC Hydro only 900 customers remain without power.

Video: Devastating footage from Boston Flats

Firefighters do not expect to get a handle on this fire any day soon

YMCA opens door to evacuees

There are 12 YMCA locations across the province accepting evacuees.

Hot and dry conditions forecast for Interior

It will be hot and dry in the Okanagan and Shuwap this week.

Wildfires cause Shaw outages

Several communities are experiencing Shaw outages due to the B.C. wildfire situation.

Eye in the sky: Google Earth view of fires

Watch the current wildfire situation via Google Earth.

It’s time to ‘caes the day’

Two Kelowna bartenders take on Canada’s national cocktail

Canada-wide Shaw outage

Shaw customers across Canada are experiencing problems with telephone, TV and internet service

Thousands of animals rescued in B.C.

This past year the BC SPCA responded to a record number of large-scale seizures from puppy mills