Community Recognition Program

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

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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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1 week ago

FireSmart Canada

Residents in Wadin Bay, Saskatchewan came together for their annual FireSmart work bee on May 19. Residents hauled brush to the chipper and wrapped up their day with an ice cream cake to celebrate their FireSmart success! Way to go, Wadin Bay! Keep up the great work!
The Co-operators NFPA’s Wildfire and Firewise USA Programs Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
#FireSmart #wildfireprepday #IAMFireSmart #wildfire #adaptation #community
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2 weeks ago

FireSmart Canada

Today is the last day to submit your artwork for our Indigenous Call for Artists! Submit your wildfire themed artwork today for a chance to be included in the Indigenous FireSmart Booklet and receive a cash award! Don't miss this opportunity!
#FireSmart #IndigenousArt #Canada #IndigenousKnowledge
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3 weeks ago

FireSmart Canada

Our thoughts are with community members being affected by the wildfire situation in Alberta - along with all the hardworking firefighters.

If you know of someone facing the threat of a wildfire, please share this Last-Minute Wildfire Checklist for simple actions they can take to reduce the vulnerability of their home and/or property to wildfire.

#Alberta #wildfire #abfire #FireSmart #IAMFireSmart
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4 weeks ago

FireSmart Canada

Today we are celebrating the success of the #WildfirePrepDay event held in Steady Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador!

Steady Brook Little Rapids Regional Fire Service provides fire and rescue services to three communities in the Humber Valley.

For their Wildfire Community Preparedness Day event, they decided to use their Fire Hall to host a day filled with FireSmart and wildfire prevention demonstrations - providing examples of how to easily integrate FireSmart into everyday life.

They even had a little help from their friends - staff from Newfoundland and Labrador's Forestry and Agrifoods Agency and the local Red Cross.

What an amazing show of #community!

Thank you, Steady Brook Fire Department for all that you do!
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), The Co-operators, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, FireSmart Canada

Canadian Red Cross

#IAmFireSmart #FireSmartCanada #FireSmart #adaptation #wildfire #resilience
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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

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I commit to have my address visible for quick identification by fire services

— Dylan Baker, Community Member, Campbell River, British Columbia