Community Recognition Program

Citizen involvement is the cornerstone of a FireSmart Canada. Learn how you can help your community become FireSmart.

FireSmart your Yard

Let the FireSmart Landscaping Guide lead you through the choices you can make in your yard to create a FireSmart space.

Take FireSmart actions

Simple steps can help you live with the wildfire reality. Make the commitment to take one FireSmart action today.

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4 days ago

FireSmart Canada

We are celebrating community members from the Fissile and Idyllwood neighbourhoods in Whistler, BC on their amazing #WildfirePrepDay event which was held earlier this month.

As you can see, they were hard at work removing branches and limbs - reducing wildfire risks around their homes.

Once all the debris was collected, they piled, collected and deposited it for chipping. Thank goodness for the wheelbarrows!

Great work on reducing the vulnerability of your neighbourhood to wildfire!

@NFPA, @The_Cooperators, @ICLRCanada, @FiresmartBC, @FireSmartCanada

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6 days ago

FireSmart Canada

There are just two weeks left to submit your artwork for our upcoming Indigenous FireSmart Booklet. An important part of creating your wildfire-related illustration is to make beautiful artwork that also communicates one of the following wildfire-related themes: advancing Indigenous knowledge through wildfire, healing and protecting the land, respecting wildfires as living entities, and connecting with communities. Please visit www.firesmartcanada.ca/indigenous-informed-firesmart-booklet for more info! #indigenousknowledge #FireSmart #indigenousart #Canada ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

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Do everything you can to be prepared. Download a copy of @FireSmartCanada’s Last-Minute Wildfire Checklist for simple actions you can take to reduce wildfire risks.

www.firesmartcanada.ca/mdocs-posts/firesmart-last-minute-wildfire-checklist/

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If you have a family member, friend, or neighbour who is facing the risk of a wildfire, please share this resource with them.

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How can gardening and landscaping be FireSmart?

FireSmart Canada’s President, Laura Stewart joins industry experts in a discussion with @CBCEdmonton – May, 13, 2019

Science behind FireSmart: Hear FireSmart Canada’s President, Laura Stewart on @yourforestrypdcst

FireSmart, as Laura explains, is "living with, preparing for, and reducing the impact of wildfire on our communities and homes". Wildfire events that impact or threaten communities result in health, socio-economic, and economic impacts, with everything from losing a...

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day 2019

C Get your applications ready, Canada! Applications for Wildfire Community Preparedness Day 2019 are now open! Apply for your chance to receive $500 to put towards a FireSmart activity or event in your community! Apply Now: ...

FireSmart Home Development Guide

FireSmart Home Development Guide

I commit to plant fire resistant trees like aspen, birch or poplar, instead of spruce and pine

— Jenna Kiss, Community Member, Yellowhead County, Alberta