No notable wildfires have ignited in our region as crews continue to battle more than 200 blazes across the province.
A state of emergency remains in place for BC with the number of people forced from their homes likely to rise from the latest estimate of seven thousand.
The provincial government has committed $100 million to help communities and residents rebuild, while the Canadian Armed Forces have sent aircraft and personnel.
Roughly 300 additional personnel from other provinces are expected to start arriving in BC Monday.
The community of 100 Mile House was evacuated Sunday night due to the Gustafsen fire which is believed to have grown to 5,000 hectares in size.
Three small wildfires, all under a hectare in size, did start in the East Kootenay this weekend.
A 0.009 hectare blaze burned in between Jaffray and Baynes Lake.
A fire, 0.01 hectares in size, was reported on Bootleg Forest Service Road south of Kimberley.
The potentially most notable fire ignited about 3 KM west of Jim Smith Lake outside of Cranbrook.
The BC Wildfire Service reports it grew to 0.062 hectares.
For the latest information on wildfires across BC go here.