Forest Fire Situation Update Northwest Region June 3, 2018

Forest Fire Report

Northwest Region

THUNDER BAY – There were no new fires in the Northwest Region by the late afternoon of June 3.

The number of active fires in the region has been reduced to two.

Red Lake Fire 30, a 3,739 hectare fire which crossed the Manitoba boundary into Ontario on May 22, is under control.

A 0.3 hectare fire, burning on an island near Pikangikum First Nation since May 7, Red Lake Fire 4 remains under observation.

The forest fire hazard is low throughout the Northwest Region with the exception of pockets of moderate hazard in the far north.

To see a complete list of fires across the province click on our interactive map. You can also get the latest update on the condition of any fire by clicking the fire icon.

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Report prepared by Chris Marchand

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