BC Wildfire Service reports a fire east of Highway 1 between Salmon Arm and Canoe. (BC Wildfire image)

Wildfire burning between Salmon Arm and Canoe east of Highway 1

B.C. Wildfire Service says fire person-caused

A wildfire is burning just east of the Trans-Canada Highway between Salmon Arm and Canoe.

The BC Wildfire Service reports the fire, new Monday, Sept. 7, is 0.30 hectares (0.7 of an acre) and was person-caused.

It’s approximate location is described as Canoe Creek.

Updates to follow.

Read more: Grass fire forces North Okanagan highway closure


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