CIFFC SitRep

National Fire Situation Report

Jul 4, 2021 3:01pm, CT
Level 4
Significant mobilization of resources through CIFFC is required to assist operations in the active agencies. Agency priorities need to be considered as a necessary measure to address the demand for shared resources among multiple active agencies. There is a moderate to high probability that drawing down resources from non-active agencies may pose a risk should existing conditions change.
  • Significant wildland fire activity is occurring in one or more agencies, with incident management (IMTs) actively engaged.
  • Demand and mobilization of interagency resources through CIFFC is high.
  • International availability of resources is being investigated.
  • Potential for emerging significant wildland fires is such that resource demands are expected to continue or increase.
Canadian Wildland Fire Information System
AgencyOperational Summary
BCExperiencing extreme fire activity and fire load, persistent hot and dry conditions, forecasting province-wide lightning over today and into the beginning of next week. Anticipating multiple fire starts each day over the next 3 days.
ONMany of our active fires put on significant growth in the last 24 hours. A cold front will be passing through the province this evening with varying amounts of rain.
NB
PCHot and dry across the prairies. Mountain parks returning to seasonal temperatures with potential for more thunderstorm activity and precip this week. Internal capacity to respond to any new starts.
For current year from January 1.
New Wildland Fires Yesterday
AgencyNaturalHumanUndeterminedTotal
BC1102031
YT4004
AB721524
NT0000
SK90211
MB5218
ON4307
QC0101
NL0000
NB0000
NS0000
PE0000
PC0000
Total4083886
Full Response
AgencyOCBHUCTotalHectaresOUTHectaresTotalHectares
BC104333617380,286.64832,384.365682,670.9
YT00000.01511.01511.0
AB41527465,165.264110,339.668715,504.8
NT20246,552.721102.4256,655.1
SK50164,425.4562,793.5627,218.9
MB64818230,960.69733,019.6115263,980.2
ON136173610,740.843110,050.246720,791.0
QC00334,771.94192,900.44227,672.3
NL00000.044277.944277.9
NB00000.0144308.5144308.5
NS00000.0109193.4109193.4
PE00000.010.110.1
PC21030.12241.22541.3
Total1365994289342,903.3248362,422.12772405,325.4
Modified Response
AgencyActiveOutTotalHectares
BC0000.0
YT1013,379.0
AB0000.0
NT20212.6
SK1913715658,208.6
MB08824,887.0
ON50553,267.2
QC077775.0
NL0000.0
NB0000.0
NS0000.0
PE0000.0
PC0000.0
Total27152179140,529.4
Monitored Response
AgencyActiveOutTotalHectares
BC0000.0
YT1912024,101.6
AB0000.0
NT110116,875.5
SK1011.0
MB92114,129.3
ON13619575.7
QC19103,339.0
NL0000.0
NB0000.0
NS0000.0
PE0000.0
PC80811,713.4
Total62188050,735.5
Grand Totals
AgencyFiresHectares
BC65682,670.9
YT3627,491.6
AB*68715,504.8
NT3813,543.2
SK21965,428.5
MB134292,996.5
ON49174,633.9
QC43911,786.3
NL44277.9
NB144308.5
NS109193.4
PE10.1
PC*3311,754.7
Total3031596,590.3

* Totals include fires from last fire season that are still listed as active. Please refer to the agency’s own website for more information.

Prescribed Fires
AgencyActiveOutTotalHectares
BC0000.0
YT0000.0
AB0000.0
NT0000.0
SK0000.0
MB0000.0
ON03398.7
QC0000.0
NL0000.0
NB0000.0
NS0000.0
PE0000.0
PC11314598.2
Total11617696.9
AgencyFireLocationSOCSize
BC Durand Lake (K21232), 0OC150.0
BCChurn Creek Protected Area (C21250), 0OC700.0
BCGeorge Road (K70804), 0OC350.0
BCLytton Creek (K71086), 0OC8,732.0
BCMckay Creek (K71030), 0OC23,699.0
BCSW of Deka Lake (C41102), 0OC300.0
BCSparks Lake (K21001), 0OC36,300.0
AgencyAPL
BC4
AB3
NT2
SK3
MB3
ON3
QC2
NL2
NB1
NS1
PE1
PC2
4
Shared resources are heavily committed. National mobilization trends affect all Geographic Areas (GA's) and regularly occur over larger and larger distances. National priorities govern resources of all types. Heavy demand on inactive/low activity GA's with low levels of activity for available resources.
  • Significant wildland fire activity is occurring in multiple geographic areas; significant commitment of Incident Management Teams.
  • NICC increasingly engages GACCs in an effort to coordinate and fill orders for available resources.
  • Potential for significant incidents emerging in multiple GA’s indicates that resource demands will continue or increase.
Fires YesterdayAcres Yesterday*YTD FiresYTD Acres*
15729,902.0031,5091,546,500.00
* 1 Acre = 0.404685642 Hectares
YTD Fires
Agency20202021
BC189623
YT1736
AB354686
NT5038
SK82219
MB76134
ON194489
QC534439
NL3544
NB307144
NS113109
PE91
PC2232
Total1,9822,994
Area Burned YTD (Ha)
Agency20202021
BC67182,671
YT15,03627,492
AB1,07513,085
NT14,07613,543
SK42,28765,429
MB45,289292,997
ON98774,634
QC61,32311,786
NL53278
NB1,138309
NS642193
PE80
PC8211,755
Total182,667594,170
Fire averages
Agency5 yr10 yr15 yr20 yr25 yr
BC404403468509487
YT3561576164
AB710780853827752
NT4588797581
SK200237278294299
MB157165191223222
ON258293330343406
QC291275325348389
NL5263657380
NB182187181185196
NS134153180184188
PE43558
PC3937403836
Total2,5112,7453,0523,1653,208
Area Burned Averages (Ha)
Agency5 yr10 yr15 yr20 yr25 yr
BC30,67826,96725,55328,30523,707
YT43,10449,70548,15865,72960,380
AB291,166269,576192,783178,412160,790
NT10,234115,94595,83373,83172,584
SK50,594125,257232,461219,795188,788
MB46,86172,55365,13863,13457,759
ON50,33644,23334,27942,18866,823
QC30,938102,943129,130134,938142,960
NL25215,37811,6369,51610,388
NB359322295289370
NS413415690635645
PE859824
PC18,75569,17861,42847,87641,597
Total573,698892,477897,393864,656826,815