A builder who spent three years constructing his family’s legacy cabin in the B.C. Interior says it burned down despite adhering to federal and provincial guidelines meant to protect homes from wildfires.
Murray Frank, owner and operator of Building It Right, an award-winning, certified continuing education provider, says he hopes to learn from the experience.
“This is an amazing opportunity for us to know more and to perhaps be able to make even greater resistance [to wildfires],” Frank told Chris Walker, the host of CBC’s Daybreak South.
Frank said he has hired a fire investigation team from Calgary to examine the cabin once evacuation orders have been lifted “to learn everything we can about
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