Postponed ——- Simulated Emergency Communication and Protocol test Oct 5th 2019

MICS Building update.

Coastal Wildfire News – Final Edition for 2019

We are always looking for ways to maximize our time and resources! One way to do this is to determine if the products we send out are of value to our intended audience. We are asking for your input on the Coastal Wildfire News. Is this an information, or education tool, you find useful?

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Better yet send us an email and let us know what you like, what you don’t like, and what you would like to see in future issues.

Also: if you forward the newsletter (thank you, we fully encourage you to do so) please let us know approximately how many it is forwarded to, or how many read it if it is printed and physically posted.

Every year we choose a theme to link the issues. Is there a topic you would like to know more about?

You will also find a document attached to this email that you may, or may not, have already received. It is a handy guide on how to navigate the BC Wildfire Service webpage, so you can find the information you need quickly and without frustration. There is a lot of information on the site so providing direction to some of the more salient points on the website should prove useful if faced with a situation where you need to find the information quickly.

Thank you for your support and feel free to contact the Information Section with any questions, comments or suggestions,


Coastal Information Section

Coastal Fire Centre
BC Wildfire Service  |  Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations

and Rural Development

Phone: 250 951-4209

Report Wildfires: 1 800 663-5555 or *5555