Level 2 Fire and Travel Restrictions:
* Provincial Burning Permits are cancelled
* Provincial Fireworks Authorizations are cancelled. Fireworks are not permitted in Provincial Parks at any time.
* Motorized backcountry travel, including ATVs and other off-road vehicles, is prohibited unless under the authority of a travel permit
* Camping is restricted to developed campgrounds
* Campfires are permitted only between the hours of 8 PM and 8 AM
* Wayside parks remain open
* Landing and launching is restricted to developed shorelines only
* Industry and outfitters may be restricted in their operations and should contact their local Manitoba Conservation and Climate office for more information
* Visit www.manitobaparks.com for Provincial Parks specific information
Restriction Boundary: Areas affected are the portions of the Local District within the Burn Permit Area shown in the map.
Safety Message: Exercise caution when outdoors.
* Monitor extinguished outdoor fires to ensure they remain out.
* Always ensure your fires, including campfires and warming fires, are completely out.
* Drown, stir and repeat until cold.
Prevent equipment caused wildfires:
* Keep machinery clean and in good repair. Avoid driving/parking in long cured grass.
Enforcement Message: It is an offence to have an outdoor fire in the Burning Permit Area during the wildfire season without a burning permit.
You could be fined up to $10000 ($50000 for corporations) if found guilty of an offence.
You could be liable for the costs of putting out a wildfire if you are found to be burning without a permit.