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Old Fort Landslide

Old Fort landslide update - July 3, 2020

Old Fort landslide update - July 3, 2020

The Peace River Regional District says it will provide escorted access across the Old Fort landslide for those who can no longer remain in their homes.
Old Fort landslide update - July 2, 2020

Old Fort landslide update - July 2, 2020

The Old Fort landslide has been impacted by ponding and flowing water caused by heavy rainfall this week. The Fort St.
Old Fort water taxi suspended

Old Fort water taxi suspended

Water taxi service to Old Fort has been suspended. The Peace River Regional District says the taxi operator has suspended service for safety reasons due to high levels of debris observed in the Peace River between Peace Island Park and Old Fort.
Old Fort future remains uncertain

Old Fort future remains uncertain

The road to Old Fort can be rebuilt, but there’s no guarantee it will be safe from future landslides, provincial officials said Monday. That’s uncertain news for the 150 residents who live in the riverside community just south of Fort St.
Old Fort landslide update - June 29, 2020

Old Fort landslide update - June 29, 2020

The Old Fort landslide has slowed significantly from last week, according to the latest provincial update. The slide has destroyed 100 metres of Old Fort Road and moved it 300 metres to the Peace River since it reactivated on June 18.
Old Fort landslide update - June 26, 2020

Old Fort landslide update - June 26, 2020

The Peace River Regional District says a temporary boat dock will soon be installed at Old Fort to taxi residents by boat to Taylor. Road access remains severed to the community after a landslide reactivated on June 18.
Old Fort landslide update - June 25, 2020

Old Fort landslide update - June 25, 2020

The Old Fort landslide has moved 235 metres, or the length of two-and-a-half football fields, since reactivating one week ago. The Ministry of Transportation says its GPS instruments are again sending in data after failing on Sunday.
The face of the Old Fort landslide

The face of the Old Fort landslide

The latest photos from the Old Fort landslide have revealed a peculiar if not haunting face at the very head of the mess.
Old Fort landslide update - June 24, 2020

Old Fort landslide update - June 24, 2020

For a third-straight day, there is little new geotechnical information to report about the Old Fort landslide. The landslide reactivated June 18, and at last report had moved at least 160 metres, and moving at least two metres per hour.
Old Fort landslide update - June 23, 2020

Old Fort landslide update - June 23, 2020

The Peace River Regional District has released this update: The Emergency Operations Centre is planning for long-term service provision for the residents of Old Fort who are impacted by the road being closed.