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Sunshine Village among Banff National Park areas closed due to Verdant Creek wildfire - Globalnews.ca

WATCH: Parks Canada ordered Banff Sunshine and the Sunshine Mountain Lodge to close on Monday, leading to the closure of commercial operations. Lisa MacGregor reports. X. - A A +. Listen. The 5,100-hectare Verdant Creek wildfire and a change in ...and more »

Sunshine Village Resort In Banff Shuts Down Again As Wildfire Rages On - Huffington Post Canada

BANFF, Alta. — A resort in Banff National Park will be closed indefinitely as a wildfire burns in the wilderness close to the Alberta-B.C. boundary. Sunshine Village, a popular ski hill that has summer hiking trails, says it's moving lodge guests and ...and more »

Sunshine Village closes again and park evacuated as Verdant Creek wildfire grows - CBC.ca

Parks Canada has ordered Sunshine Village to shut down operations again and Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park has been closed after the Verdant Creek wildfire expanded. Sunshine Village to close, serve as staging area for crews to battle Verdant Creek ...and more »

Verdant Creek wildfire still burning out of control but hasn't jumped Continental Divide - CBC.ca

Hot, dry conditions are hampering efforts to get a handle on the Verdant Creek wildfire, which is continuing to burn out of control a day after it forced officials to evacuate nearby Sunshine Village. There are about 80 personnel and eight aircraft ...and more »

Sunshine Village closes again for Verdant Creek wildfire - 660 News

Banff Sunshine Village will be closed again, starting Monday, as crews continue to battle a wildfire near Verdant Creek. Hot, dry and windy conditions have resulted in shifting flames. The blaze has grown into the northern Simpson area. All guests and ...and more »

Calgary could see increased smoke as Verdant Creek wildfire burns on - Globalnews.ca

Calgarians could be in store for some smoky days as crews continue to work on the Verdant Creek wildfire burning in Kootenay National Park and Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park. Parks Canada said Sunday their crews were planning to conduct a “burn ...and more »

Verdant Creek fire expected to grow over August long weekend, area closures and fire ban remain in place - The Crag and Canyon

The Verdant Creek fire, ablaze now for more than three weeks, has reached an estimated size of 11,000 hectares, and is expected to grow over the coming days as hot and dry weather persists. There has been limited growth in the north end of the fire ...and more »