Parts of West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation and parts of Lake Country are however still under evacuation orders.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
A travel ban has been lifted for BC's Okanagan region as wildfires subside after this week's rain.
Emergency Management Minister Bowinn Ma announced yesterday that travel restrictions for West Kelowna have been lifted from midnight.
On August 9, travel restrictions were imposed in most parts of the region.
Parts of West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation and parts of Lake Country are however still under evacuation orders.
Travel bans for Penticton, Vernon, Kelowna and Kamloops were lifted earlier.
The Emergency Operations Center has appealed that people returning home should ensure safety.
The Stein Mountain fire near Lytton, B.C., has now spread to 33 square kilometers in size.
Several homes in North Lytton have been ordered to evacuate.
There are currently about 370 wildfires active in B.C., and approximately 18,000 square kilometers of land has been burned by these devastating wildfires.
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