As Port Alberni waits on a firm timeline on when Highway 4 will reopen, it’s starting to look like it could take weeks. Amid the turmoil, officials are calling for kindness and calm.
The supply chain is not broken, it has just slowed down. Everything you need, will come. Skye Ryan reports.
Journo’s text to amazing husband: “Headed out to cover forest fire at 3 am, that will be 5 hr drive over logging roads via Nitinat. Pls get kids to school sweetie” Hwy 4 remains closed in both directions, so I’m going on detours in effect 🤞@CHEK_News @DriveBC_VI @BCGovFireInfo pic.twitter.com/6ETMgoQGjb
— Skye Ryan (@SkyeRyanCHEK) June 8, 2023