Category: Mudge Island Posts

All posts regarding Mudge Island

Fire Hazard Status Update

We have experienced a third Danger Class 3 in a row, which continues us in regular shift, but with a 1 hour firewatch regarding high risk activities as defined by the province. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask me. Thanks, Chad

Pancake Breakfast

Hello Everyone   I would like to pass along a huge thank you from MICS to everyone that attended and participated in this years Pancake Breakfast. We were blessed with some great weather and a nice turnout of island friends and family. It is always nice having some of our local artists and crafters in …

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MICS Spring Notice.

Hello Everyone                           Well it seems as though the warmer weather has finally arrived. We would like to remind everyone to be careful and vigilant should you decide to do any burning at this time of year. We at MICS will be keeping …

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2019 #096: Fire Status Update/High Risk Activities

> Hello everyone. It’s been windy and it has been warm. We have now hit our > third day in a row of Danger class 4. We are now on early shift for “high > risk activities”. Should you be performing any of these activities, you will > need to follow it with a two …

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Coastal Wildfire News

Hello Everyone,   Please find attached the first Coastal Wildfire News of the 2019 season. Included this season you will find a lot of information about the BC Wildfire Service’s Prevention program – FireSmart! Note that tomorrow, May 4, 2019, is Wildfire Community Preparedness Day. Look for an event near you by contacting your local …

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Pancake Breakfast Save The Date

Hello All MICS will be hosting our annual Pancake Breakfast at Dodd Narrows again this year.   This years Pancake Breakfast will be on Sunday May 19th from 9am till 1pm.   We will have Mudge gear for sale, some of the old favourites and some new stuff.   We ask that, if possible,  people to bring …

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Three Cheers to Robinson Rentals and Wardill Marine

Three Cheers and a big thank you to Robinson Rentals for their donation of a used generator/light plant to MICS, and transport donated by Wardill Marine. This unit will have the ability to provide power and light in the event of a nighttime emergency, hopefully making an event safer than it might otherwise be. We …

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Recreational – Pacific Oyster – Amendment to Daily and Possession Limits for Oysters.

Category(s): RECREATIONAL – General Information, RECREATIONAL – Shellfish Fishery Notice – Fisheries and Oceans Canada Subject: FN0343-Recreational – Pacific Oyster – Amendment to Daily and Possession Limits for Oysters. CHANGES TO THE 2019/2020 RECREATIONAL FISHERY: Oyster: The daily harvest limit for oysters under the recreational harvest licence for 2019-20 has been amended to 12 oysters …

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Cisterns For Sale

 Hello everyone. For those of you waiting for a cistern, they will be here tomorrow morning. For anyone else considering one, please let me know and we can deliver it tomorrow. These tanks are 2400 US gallons each, and cost $2100 after tax. Spring showers are here, and you can’t have too much water as …

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MICS Spring Notice

Hello Everyone                           Well it seems as though the warmer weather has finally arrived. We would like to remind everyone to be careful and vigilant should you decide to do any burning at this time of year. We at MICS will be keeping …

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