35 Active Wildfires in Northeast District

Wildland Forest Wildfire Update

Northeast Region Wildland Fire Report

Currently, there are 35 active wildland fires in the Northeast Region. Among these, 1 is not under control, 5 are under control, and 29 are being observed.

Today, two new forest fires have been confirmed:

  1. Timmins 11 was confirmed this afternoon and is now extinguished.
  2. North Bay 16, located on an island off the east shore of Lady Evelyn Lake, spans 0.1 hectares and is not yet under control.

The wildland fire hazard varies from low to high across the Northeast Region today. The hazard is high from Timiskaming Shores north to Moosonee. Along Lake Huron and south of Sudbury, the hazard is moderate, and a low hazard exists in the Far North. For a detailed look at fire hazard conditions in your area, refer to our interactive map.

Smoke Forecast

For those interested in monitoring smoke forecasts, please visit FireSmoke.ca to access up-to-date and forecasted conditions. If you have concerns about the health impacts of smoke, you can contact Telehealth Ontario at 811.

Help fight forest fires: Stay clear of waterbombers!

When waterbombers approach a body of water, move close to the shore to allow them to perform their scoops safely. A waterbomber will not scoop from a lake or river if encroaching watercraft pose a safety hazard. Be safe and stay clear of waterbombers.

No Drone Zone: Be safe, stay clear of forest fires!

Flying drones around forest fires is both dangerous and illegal. Doing so puts the lives of pilots, firefighters, and other emergency personnel at risk. Be safe, and stay clear of forest fires.

Report a Wildland Fire

To report a wildland fire located north of the French and Mattawa rivers, please dial 310-FIRE. For a forest fire located south of the French or Mattawa rivers, please dial 911.

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