FireSmart Canada | Begins at Home

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.

Free FireSmart® Home Assessments

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1 week ago

FireSmart Canada

FireSmart Canada is pleased to announce the launch of our new FireSmart Begins at Home App! The App is available for download in both the Apple and Google Play Store. Over the next few weeks we will highlight some of the app features and we can't wait to hear what you think! Download today:
Google: bit.ly/2kea78w
Apple: apple.co/2kyHX8F
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3 weeks ago

FireSmart Canada

The Wildfire Exposure Assessment is a planning tool used to identify locations where wildfires can encroach into valued or vulnerable areas, such as communities. Join Dr. Jen Beverly, Elizabeth Chapman and Laura Stewart this November at the Wildland Fire Canada conference for a hands-on workshop that will provide guidance on how to carry out an Exposure Assessment. Find more details on the FireSmart Canada website and register today!
www.firesmartcanada.ca/events/firesmart-exposure-assessment-technical-workshop/
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1 month ago

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A little rain didn't stop Gander Fire/Rescue from holding their Wildfire Community Preparedness Day event! Partners from across the region joined in to share important information about wildfire preparedness and taking action to reduce the risk! Canadian Red Cross The Co-operators #FireSmart #IAMFireSmart #adaptation #wildfire #resilience ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

FireSmart Canada

#FireSmart Canada is having a great time connecting with provinces and territories from across the country at the #CCFM2019 conference at the Elk Ridge Resort in #Saskatchewan ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

FireSmart Canada

FireSmart Canada is getting ready to launch our new FireSmart Begins at Home mobile app! This app will be a one stop mobile shop for all things #FireSmart with features, such as a resource library, home self-assessment tool, seasonal reminders and the ability to earn badges for your FireSmart success at home! The initial version of the app is available in both the Apple store and Google Play store, but stay tuned for updates at www.firesmartcanada.ca/
We will let you know when the final version with more exciting features is ready for download!
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FireSmart and Urban Residents – It Does Matter

We are facing a new wildfire reality in Canada – we need to take action – no matter where we live, we need to take proactive steps to reduce the potential for wildfire impacting us.

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...

FireSmart Home Development Guide

FireSmart Home Development Guide
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