B.C. fire evacuees receive offers for places to stay and to watch Game of Thrones

As thousands of British Columbians are forced from their homes by wildfires, hundreds of people are stepping up to offer whatever support they can.Kristi McLean posted to a Facebook evacuee support group saying she has a tent trailer at her home near Kamloops, B.C., that would be perfect for a family.McLean, who has an autistic son, said it would be a good environment for a family with an autistic child.Read more: B.C. wildfire resources ‘stretched’ as around 37,000 residents forced to leave their homesArticle Continued BelowB.C. communities brace for wildfire evacuation orders as weather turnsMore than a hundred wildfires are burning throughout British Columbia, forcing thousands of residents to be subject to evacuation orders or alerts.  (JONATHAN HAYWARD / THE CANADIAN PRESS)  “Being in an evacuation centre, I know it wouldn’t be good for us, for sure,” she said in an interview. “Any family with special needs that need a place … we’re cool with it.”There are numerous offers of accommodation, ranging from a room to full homes.