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Fire Hazard Status Update/Burning Restrictions Media Release

As of noon tomorrow, you will be permitted to burn your yard debris. Category 2 and 3 burning restrictions will be lifted in our area (Category 3 fires require a burning number). However, should any of us decide to do so, please do so with caution. We have had alot of rain in the last …

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Coastal Fire Centre Wildfire News Issue 10

Good afternoon,   Attached is the latest issue of Wildfire News. This issue focuses on fuel management and FireSmart.   Have a great weekend,   Coastal Fire Centre Information Team   Issue-10-Sept-14-Wildfire-News.pdf

Fire Hazard Status Update

It’s been awhile, but thought I’d let everyone know that we have moved into Danger Class 2. This means regular shift straight across the board. > Once again, campfires are the only fires permitted, other than your homes woodstove of course. Let’s continue to practice safety though. Thanks so much for all being so diligent …

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LUB update September 12, 2018

Below is a short (?) update of what happened at the Community Information Meeting(CIM) held last Sunday, September 9th.   Never mind the very windy an rainy day, 26 Mudge Islanders showed up for the scheduled meeting.  Thanks to the MICS folks and a number of volunteers, tents were set up and chairs provided that …

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Campfire Ban to be lifted

Although the media release has not yet shown up, I have received word from the BCWS that the campfire ban will be lifted today at noon.this means campfires only, and I have attached the definition of a campfire in this message. You may see me out over the next day or two taking the signs …

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A reminder to everyone that burning is still prohibited. You can still run your wood stove inside your house, but backyard burning, campfires etc. are still prohibited. Just putting it out there as I’ve had a few inquiries. Thanks, Chad

Fire Hazard Status Update

> Hi there everyone. As we have had a recent rain, we are now into early shift. This means a 1pm shutdown for high risk activities, followed by a 2 hour fire watch. I expect if the weather continues, that we will soon go into regular shift. All that said, I was just talking to …

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Community information meeting Sept 9 2018 1pm


Coastal Fire Centre Wildfire News Issue 9

Attached is Issue 9 of the Wildfire News. This issue focuses on the fire weather forecast and lightning.     Have a safe, great Labour Day weekend,   Coastal Fire Centre Information Team Issue-9-August-31-Wildfire-News.pdf

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