Eight months after incineration, Lytton, B.C. can afford to begin cleanup
National Post: 'Jan Polderman said Monday that work to remove debris from the wildfire that destroyed much of the Fraser Canyon community eight months ago is the “first step that needs to occur before the town can be rebuilt.”
'“Obviously, there’s a lot of things to do, but this will be the first sign that the rebuild is going to start.”
'Polderman said he expects people will be rebuilding their destroyed homes by September.
'Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth said the province will spend $18.4 million to cover much of the costs of debris removal, archeological work and soil remediation for municipal, uninsured and underinsured properties in Lytton.'
Lytton will be rebuilt and will stand strong until the next band of anti-Christian terrorists decide to torch another church.