Grass fire Source Joanne Francis/Nipawin News

Municipal Fire Ban Lifted

(Last Updated On: May 24, 2018)

The fire ban issued for the following municipalities has been lifted effective immediately:

Town of Nipawin
Nipawin Regional Park
Reel’em Inn Cabins
RM of Torch River — and only for Divisions 1,2 4 and 5 of the RM of Torch River including the Villages of Love and White Fox, and the recreation areas of Pruden’s Point and Carroll’s Cove.
Pruden’s Point Resort
Carroll’s Cove
Vanity Ventures
RM of Nipawin
Gingara Subdivision
Village of Aylsham
Village of Codette
Village of Love
Village of White Fox
Smits Beach
Blue Winds Fish N’ Tours
Wapiti Valley Resort
The Outerbanks
Hilltop Campground
Tobin Lake Leisure (Shipleys)
Resort Village of Tobin Lake

As of the time of publication, Provincial Fire bans remain in place.

You can check on the status of Provincial Fire Bans on the Wildfire Management website at http://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/environment-public-health-and-safety/wildfire-in-saskatchewan/fire-bans

For more information contact your local Fire Chief:

Aylsham – Bob Anderson, 306-862-7888

Nipawin – Brian Starkell, 306-862-7710

Smeaton – Randy Fajt, 306-426-7661

Town of Nipawin – May 24, 2018

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