Northeast Fire Region Update: July 2, 2024

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Wildfire Report

No New Wildland Fires Reported

Report Time: 18:05 CDT

Northeast Region:
As of the early evening on Tuesday, July 2, no new wildland fires have been reported in the Northeast Region.

Fire of Note:

  • Cochrane 11 (COC011):
    • Size: 3,000 hectares
    • Status: Not under control
    • Location: Approximately 112 kilometers southwest of Moosonee
    • Resources: Six FireRanger crews are committed to this fire.

Other Active Fires in the Northeast Region:

  1. Cochrane 8 (COC008):
    • Size: 35 hectares
    • Status: Being observed
    • Location: About 57.5 kilometers northwest of Moosonee
  2. Cochrane 9 (COC009):
    • Size: 6,022 hectares
    • Status: Being observed
    • Location: East of Parson Lake, 8 kilometers west of the Quebec border
  3. Cochrane 13 (COC013):
    • Size: 0.2 hectares
    • Status: Being observed
    • Location: About 33 kilometers southwest of Peawanuck
  4. Cochrane 14 (COC014):
    • Size: 20 hectares
    • Status: Being observed
    • Location: About 30 kilometers south-southwest of Peawanuck
  5. Cochrane 15 (COC015):
    • Size: 120 hectares
    • Status: Being observed
    • Location: About 29 kilometers southeast of Peawanuck

The fire hazard is moderate to high across the Northeast Region. However, areas including North Bay, Bancroft, Bracebridge, Thessalon, and Sandfield are currently showing a low fire hazard.

For current wildland fire danger values, check our interactive map.

No Drone Zone: Be Safe, Stay Clear of Forest Fires!

Flying drones around forest fires is both dangerous and illegal. When you fly a drone near a forest fire, you endanger the lives of pilots, firefighters, and other emergency personnel. Be safe, stay clear of forest fires.

Help Fight Forest Fires: Stay Clear of Waterbombers

When waterbombers approach a body of water, move close to the shore so they can scoop water 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.

Report a Wildland Fire

To report a wildland fire north of the French and Mattawa rivers, dial 310-FIRE. For fires south of these rivers, call 9-1-1.

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