Sep 19

Fire Hazard Status Update

Get your chainsaws out! This recent rain has put us back into regular shift. So if you don’t have your firewood in yet, now is the time. As far as burning goes, it’s campfires only. I have included an attachment. Please have a look at it. It defines a safe campfire. Please use common sense as well. I will keep you apprised of any changes.
Thanks, Chad

Sep 18

Campfire Ban information

Campfire ban will be lifted tomorrow, September 19th, at noon.
I will send you the media release when it becomes available. I will be removing signage this week, which will provide more information about what burning is permitted. Please continue to follow safe practices with any activities. I will continue to inform you of any updates.
Thanks, Chad

Sep 16

Fire Hazard Status Update

> We have once again gone into total shutdown for high risk activities. I will advise you as soon as this changes. Campfire ban is still in place. Thanks, Chad

Sep 13

We are once again on early shift for high risk activities.

We are once again on early shift for high risk activities. This means 1pm shutdown and a 2 hour fire watch after shutting down.


Please see list of high risk activities below.


In the Wildfire Regulation, high risk activities mean each of the following:

(As per Wildfire Regulation consolidated July 13, 2006)


(a) mechanical brushing;

(b) disk trenching;

(c) preparation or use of explosives;

(d) using fire- or spark-producing tools, including cutting tools;

(e) using or preparing fireworks or pyrotechnics;

(f) grinding, including rail grinding;

(g) mechanical land clearing;

(h) clearing and maintaining rights of way, including grass mowing;

(i) any of the following activities carried out in a cutblock excluding a road, landing, roadside work area or log sort area in the cutblock:

(i) operating a power saw;

(ii) mechanical tree felling, woody debris piling or tree processing, including de-limbing;

(iii) welding;

(iv) portable wood chipping, milling, processing or manufacturing;

(v) skidding logs or log forwarding unless it is improbable that the skidding or forwarding will result in the equipment contacting rock;

(vi) yarding logs using cable systems;

(j) to (q) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 213/2008, s. 1 (b).]     Thank You.  M.I.C.S find us on the web


Sep 09

Fire Hazard Status Update

> Hooray we got some rain! We are now on regular shift for high risk activities. So if you still need to get some firewood cut, now is the time. The burning ban is still in effect. The sun may come out again, and it may still get dry, so let’s continue to use common sense. I hope you have all had a great summer. I will let you know as things change in regards to burning, etc. Thanks, Chad

Aug 19

Coastal Fire centre Newsletter Aug 19

Aug 12

RDN meeting notice

> > Notice > The RDN is coming to flat fish road to have a discussion of a plan to build > a barge and boat ramp. > The second topic will be Green’s Wharf and what you see > for the future > August 22 10:00am-12:00 or until there are no more > questions

Aug 09

M.I.C.S and Tangerine20

We would like to thank everyone that participated in the voting for MICS at the Tangerine20 web site, the winner and runner ups where announced today and unfortunately MICS did not make the list. 

Again thank you for the support. 

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Aug 07


Wow Wow Wow


Thank-you very much to all Mudge Islanders, Family and Friends who came out in strong support of our annual Fire Fest. 


You guys rock!!


Thank-You to all the tireless volunteers who tended the various areas and made this event possible. 


Huge thanks To Brenda Peacock for inviting us onto her property and  for her awesome pirate ship photo booth. 


It’s early yet, but I am sure, judging from the community’s generosity and involvement that Mudge Island and MICS had a fantastic Fire-fest 2017. 


Thank you all again and stay tuned for the posting of results. 



Scott Flemming & MICS Board. 


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Aug 05

Two Auction Teasers

Just in case you don’t get the Crazy Candy package provided by the Precious family, here’s another option. The Super Soaker package will also be available. See you all on Sunday at the auction.



This item is a bit special. Here we have a quilt handmade by Louise German. Louise has made these for us in the past, and has come through for us once again. This lovely neighbour has recently sold her place and will be moving on to the next step in her life journey. She will be missed, but will be remembered. And now you can have a quilt crafted by her. See you all this Sunday at the auction.


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