Current Forest Fire Situation in Ontario

Information on this map is the latest available from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Aviation, Forest Fire and Emergency Services. Approximate location of forest fires can be viewed by selection of Active, New and/or Out at bottom of map.

Active Fires:
New Fires Today:
Out Fires:

DISCLAIMER: This Forest Fire Danger Map is a general depiction of the forest fire danger ratings for various regions of Ontario. It is designed only to illustrate the overall danger in large areas and display it as Low, Medium, High or Extreme (also, when applicable, No Data). There may be more specific reports of conditions from municipalities, townships that are not shown on this map. Check specific danger conditions and possible fire restrictions with local authorities.

West Fire Region Fire Information Officer
Debbie MacLean (807) 937-7241
Forest Fire Management Centre - West Fire Region
95 Ghost Lake Road
P.O. Box 850, Dryden, Ontario P8N 2Z5

East Fire Region Fire Information Officer
Lindsay Munroe (705) 564-6028
Forest Fire Management Centre
2621 Skead Rd. Garson, ON, P3L 1W3

Data provided by Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

Version 1.20 - May 7, 2015 - Script by:

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