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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.

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

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FireSmart Canada is excited to launch our Indigenous Artist Call. This call aims to celebrate the creativity of Indigenous artists from across Canada. 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 information! ... See MoreSee Less

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90% of ignitions from wildfire are caused by embers! Making FireSmart choices with our home and yard can make a huge difference!

Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety
Did you know up to 90% of ignitions from wildfires are caused by embers? Learn how building/maintaining defensible space can reduce risks:
ibhs.org/wildfire/wildfire-demo-2019/
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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 Newsletter – November 2018

Welcome back and thank you for following our FireSmart Canada Newsletter. We are eager to hear from our members and partners, so please contact us with story ideas or information that you would like to see profiled in the FireSmart Canada Newsletter. Contact us, via...

Ciscoe on: Fire—Communities Taking Action

Ciscoe Morris talks about communities in the wildland urban interface, where the trees meet the eaves. It's important for homeowners to be prepared in the event of a wildfire. It will help your entire community to be more resistant to wildfire.

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I commit to host a practice session for our volunteer fire department focused on wildfire operations

— Graham Legaarden, Firefighter, Hinton, Alberta