Prime Minister Trudeau will be in Williams Lake today visiting those first responders and people affected by wildfire.
Trudeau is starting the day off at Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex and then will head to the Cariboo fire Centre.
He will be accompanied by the Ministers and the Premier of British Columbia, John Horgan, and will meet with Canadian Armed Forces and RCMP members from the Williams Lake Wildfire Command Centre.
The Prime Minister will have his first opportunity to see the devastation caused by the fires over the last few weeks throughout the central and southern interior of the province.
More than 800 wildfires have scorched about 4,260 square kilometres in B.C. since April 1 and the province has spent $172.5 million fighting the flames.