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What do you need to know about the deadly ski lodge fire in B.C.

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The B.N.C.’s largest city is still dealing with the devastating fire that tore through a ski lodge and two other properties in the Lower Mainland’s Lower Mainlands, killing two people.

The B.L.C.-led Integrated Regional Response Team said the ski lodge was burning on Thursday evening in the village of Renton near the town of Whistler, and that at least one house was destroyed and two others were badly damaged.

It was not immediately clear how many people were at the resort, which was a resort with a total of 24 lodging properties, and if the damage was related to the blaze.

The resort had a total capacity of 8,400 people.

Officials said the resort was not the first fire to threaten the area, with two other fires in the region in the last decade.

A ski lodge in the remote town of Rokeby, B.P., burned in 2015, killing one man.

In 2015, a blaze in the town destroyed two homes.

In February, a wildfire burned through a mountain resort in the province’s northernmost community of Northbrook, killing five people.

In the B.F.T. region, the Mount Royal Resort, a resort in North Vancouver, burned in 2016, destroying a home and causing the evacuation of dozens of homes.