Category: Mudge Island Posts

All posts regarding Mudge Island

Heading into Fire Season.

As we are heading into Fire, season couple of items MICS would like to bring to your attention for the upcoming season.   ADDRESS SIGNS: Be sure your address is easily visible from the road on a dark night.  Locate it beside your driveway or access point, to eliminate confusion over the correct access to …

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Coastal Fire Centre to enact a Category 2 and Category 3 open fire prohibition

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MICS Annual Pancake Breakfast is May 19th 9-1pm at the access on Driftwood Drive

    — Rose Mathiesen,  Director on behalf of the Board   Thank You.  M.I.C.S find us on the web www.mudge.ca/mics — You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups “mudgeisland” group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to mudgeisland+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion …

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FireSmart BC – Monthly Newsletter (April)

FireSmart BC – Monthly Newsletter (April) Wildfire season is here. That’s why our April newsletter features various videos and resources to help you prepare. After a short and mild winter throughout most of the province, wildfire season has arrived sooner than expected. While wildfire professionals are all ready to do their part, you also have …

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Reminder about MICS training session Sunday April 28th 10am

Reminder about MICS training session Sunday April 28th 10am   As fire season is fast approaching MICS will be holding a practice season on Sunday April 28th 10am to noon.  This session will cover different locations around the island and discuss water locations and plans of attack.  Please meet at Dodds Narrows at 10am.   …

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MICS training starting..

As fire season is fast approaching MICS will be holding a practice season on Sunday April 28th 10am to noon.  This session will cover different locations around the island and discuss water locations and plans of attack.  Please meet at Dodds Narrows at 10am.   Please arrive to practice dressed to take part in an …

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FireSmart Assessments

MICS has funding for five FireSmart assessments. The assessment is free to the homeowner. Karen, Phil or I will come evaluate your place and indicate steps that you can take to reduce the chance your house will burn if there is a forest fire. Those of you worried about the Deep State will be pleased …

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FireSmart BC – Monthly Newsletter (January)

Passing on info.   FireSmart BC – Monthly Newsletter (January) Wildfire resilience begins with proactive preparation. For resources to support your preparation, read our January newsletter. As we move closer to spring, it’s important to remember that wildfire resilience begins with proactive preparation. It’s the actions we take now—before wildfire season—that make a world of …

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Trucks are now back in service

Hello All All of the MICS Trucks are now back in service!! I would like to thank Pat Camp for her perseverance in dealing with ICBC to resolve this issue. The keys will be placed back in the ignitions today. Best Regards, Scott Flemming, President of MICS       Thank You.  M.I.C.S find us …

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Driver Training.

Hello All,   On behalf of MICS I would like to thank Chief Will Sprogis of the Gabriola Volunteer Fire Department for extending an invitation to MICS to send over some people for driver training to qualify for a class 5 airbrakes endorsement on their licenses. MICS was able to send over 6 people for …

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