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Download this printable map of the active wildfires, updated hourly.
Get the latest on Saskatchewan wildfire activity. Information is updated continuously.
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Find out if there are any provincial fire bans in your area.
Discover what it means to be FireSmart. Find out what you can do to prevent and prepare for wildfire, and protect your home and community.
Get a burn notification number if you plan to burn in or within 4.5 kilometres of a provincial forest.
Provincial highways may be closed due to smoke or fire activity, and conditions can change very quickly. Motorists are encouraged to check the Highway Hotline before travelling.
Learn about past wildfire activity in Saskatchewan.
Customize a map to show the information that interests you, including current wildfire locations, status, approximate size, date reported, wildfire boundaries and much more. Wildfire information is updated hourly.
Responding agencies can request assistance with a wildfire.
Learn how we manage wildfires, the role of aircraft and different types of wildland firefighters.
Learn about best practices and your legal obligations to prepare for and prevent wildfires for your industrial or commercial operation.
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