campfires

District of Mission Lifts Campfire Ban

Mission – As of May 14, Mission lifted the municipal campfire ban and please note a permit is required for campfires. As of noon today, May 14, Mission will be lifting the municipal campfire ban; please note a permit is…



Campfires Banned In Langley Township

Langley – Campfires have been banned throughout the Township of Langley due to the high heat and extreme summer weather conditions that are being experienced across the province. The Township Fire Department announced July 12 that, effective immediately, all campfires…


Campfire/Open Fire Burn Ban In Mission

Mission – Due to the extreme dry weather conditions, the District of Mission Fire/Rescue Service has declared a total ban on Open Burning within the boundaries of the District of Mission, effective noon, July 6th, 2017. The declared ban on…


Campfire Ban Lifted

Fraser Valley – Good news for campers, albeit a little late in the summer… the campfire ban which has been in effect for the better part of two weeks is about to be lifted. Starting at noon Tuesday, campfires will…



Open Fire Restrictions – Campfires OK For Now

Fraser Valley – Effective at noon on Friday, May 13, 2016, Category 2 open fires will be prohibited in most areas of the Coastal Fire Centre’s jurisdiction to help prevent human-caused wildfires and protect public safety. This prohibition will remain…


Sparking Up A Campfire During Restrictions Will Cost You

Victoria (CP) — Sparking up a campfire in defiance of fire restrictions would burn a bigger hole in your wallet under proposed changes to British Columbia’s Wildfire Act. Amendments to the law would set a $1,150 fine for failing to…



Campfire Ban UFN In Fraser Valley And Hope

Parksville, BC –  Effective at noon on Saturday, June 27, 2015 within the Coastal Fire Centre’s jurisdiction, campfires will only be allowed on northern Vancouver Island, the mid-coast portion of the mainland and on Haida Gwaii.   The Coastal Fire…