CIFFC Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre Inc.
National Wildland Fire Situation Report

Jul 01, 2015, 15:00 Hours
National Preparedness Level: Level 4
Description: Some Agencies have High to Extreme wildland fire hazard; fire load is high with a high to heavy expected fire load. Interagency mobilization of Type 1 initial attack and sustained action crews and Type 1 Incident Management Teams is continuing. Competition exists nationally for resources. Search initiated for available resources through International Arrangements. National resource levels may not be sufficient to meet occurring and anticipated wildland fire activity.
Twice weekly teleconference scheduled (Monday, Thursday 11:00 CDT). Call-in required.
Prov Agency Operational Summary
ABHigh Fire Load. Multiple teams are deployed in the High Level/Ft. McMurray areas.
ON24 new fires in the province yesterday, all ltg, no problems encountered
QCAll resource request will be assessed based on the current situation in Quebec.
PCManaging fires in Wood Buffalo and Prince Albert National Parks
A Last 24 Hours
All Fires
LTG HUM TOT
BC0
YT11
AB41647
NT55
SK44
MB44
ON17724
QC11
NL0
NB11
NS0
PE0
PC0
Total 69 18 87
B Full Response
Burning Totals
OC UC TOT OUT TOT Hectares
BC11108119BC51263154,124.00
YT44YT46502,000.00
AB5279131AB10861217209,106.85
NT34943NT266996,451.82
SK322759SK358417170,125.20
MB173451MB17622713,099.00
ON13619ON2362553,566.20
QC44QC269273383.00
NL44NL8589391.20
NB0NB169169203.70
NS0NS203203464.00
PE0PE441.75
PC8412PC172912,517.00
Total 167 279 446 Total 3187 3633 562,433.72
C Modified Response
ACT OUT TOT Hectares
BC232326,874.00
YT1042312793,017.00
AB0
NT986104100,972.36
SK4857105250,145.00
MB1928475,367.00
ON4765324,801.60
QC84122,747.60
NL14145,860.30
NB0
NS0
PE0
PC42850350,732.00
Total 403 132 535 860,516.86
D Grand Totals
Fires Hectares
BC65480,998.00
YT17795,017.00
AB1217209,106.85
NT173197,424.18
SK522420,270.20
MB27418,466.00
ON30828,367.80
QC2853,130.60
NL1036,251.50
NB169203.70
NS203464.00
PE41.75
PC79363,249.00
Total 4168 1,422,950.58
E Prescribed Fires
ACT OUT Total Hectares
BC0
YT2235.00
AB30301,982.37
NT0
SK33203.00
MB0
ON22118.70
QC0
NL0
NB0
NS0
PE0
PC215175,856.00
Total 32 22 54 8,195.07
F Agency Preparedness Level For Today
Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Level 5
Agency Fire HazardLowLow - ModMod - HighHigh - ExExtreme
Current Fire LoadLowLow - ModMod - HighHighHigh - Ex
Anticipated Load (7 Days)LowModerateHighHigh - HeavyHeavy
Agency Resource LevelsAdequateAdequateSome AssistanceAssistance Req.Inadequate
CIFFC request for Mutual Aid Response LevelExcellentGoodMod - PoorPoor - NilNil
Potential for international assistancenilnilnilIncreasingConsideration
APL
BC
YT 4
AB 4
NT 5
SK 5
MB 5
ON 3
QC 1
NL 1
NB 1
NS 1
PE 1
PC 4
G
Current and Forecasted Weather Sites
Forecasted Fire Weather Index for Tomorrow (Hot Link to the CWFIS Fire Danger Map courtesy of the CFS NoFC)
http://cwfis.cfs.nrcan.gc.ca/home
Current and Forecasted Weather (Hot Link to the AES Weather site)
http://www.weatheroffice.ec.gc.ca/canada_e.html
H Comment on Preparedness Planning
ABNorth hot and stable again. Friday - ridge breakdown.
MBPositioning resources based on regional and provincial priorities
ONResources remain adequate to deal with expected fire load. Currently filling order for NWT and AB.
I Prediction of Fire Occurrence
Lightning Human
YT2-31-3
NT50
SK0-150-2
MB0-60-3
ON5-101-4
QC1-31-3
J Priority Wildland Fires (Status and Comments)
Fire # Lat Long Size (ha) Resources Committed Comments (forecast control etc.)
ABChin ComplexType 2 IMT
Area Command team
Crews
Overhead personnel
Aircraft
HWF-196 - UC
HWF-217 - OC
HWF-219 - OC
HWF-220 - OC
HWF-250 - BH
ABBirch ComplexType 2 IMT
Area Command team
Crews
Overhead personnel
Aircraft
HWF190 - UC
HWF213 - OC
HWF216 - OC
HWF227 - OC
HWF228 - OC
HWF229 - OC
HWF249 - OC
HWF252 - OC
ABLarne ComplexType 2 IMT
Area Command team
Crews
Overhead personnel
Aircraft
HWF137 - OC
HWF241 - UC
HWF256 - OC
HWF240 - OC
ABGrande ComplexType 1 IMT
Crews
Overhead personnel
Aircraft
MWF108 - UC
MWF110 - OC
NTFS06661 31 00120 39 00260.00IMT
Crew
4 Helicopters
NTSS03860 35 00115 40 0020,000.00IMT
Crews
4 Helicopters
Heavy Equipment
SK15LA-EGG55 08 11105 44 3826,028.001 HelicopterForced evacuations. Fire has grown and taken over 15LA-CLARK.
SK15LA-ELI55 15 56105 17 072,290.002 HelicoptersForced evacuations.
SK15BN-CLAY53 30 01109 43 353,940.00Forced evacuations.
SK15WY-WEYAK54 23 46105 58 27229.001 Piece Heavy Equipment
Forced evacuations.
SK15WY-CRYSTO54 35 16105 56 527,400.002 helicopters
4 Pieces Heavy Equipment
Forced evacuations.
ONNIP2353 13 1388 15 531,450.00Monitored
ONCOC 0653 48 5384 12 422,500.00Monitored
ONCOC1249 11 4880 12 11176.00Not Under Control. Resources currently being deployed.
ONSLK 3553 20 4891 57 2985.00Not Under Control. Resources being deployed.
K Casual Hire Helicopters
Light Intermediate Medium Heavy
YT2101
AB1495593
NT1152
SK418111
MB4153
ON71
PC83
Total 25 168 80 4
L Possibility of Resource Requirements
SKOne Retardant Group
Sustained action crews.

Outstanding Resource Requests
For Resources
SKLandbased Tanker Group
M Past 24 Hours Mobilization
To Resources From
YT1 Planning Section Chief Type 2ON
AB5/4p. Type 1 Initial Attack crews
3 Strike Team Leaders
2 Division Supervisors
1 Agency Representative
50 Mark 3 Pump Kits
3,000 Lengths of Hose
25 Relay Tanks
ON
PC2/4p. Type 1 Initial Attack crewsON
N Resource Mobilization: To
BC YT AB NT SK MB ON QC NL NB NS PE PC CIFFC US Total
Personnel
   Initial Attack5020408118
   Sustained Action413071
   Overhead1386321
Equipment
   Pump Kits13010020250
   Hose600025008500
   Sprinkler heads250100350
   Relay Tank2525
Aircraft
   Skimmer2237
   Birddog11
 
Resource Mobilization: From
BC YT AB NT SK MB ON QC NL NB NS PE PC CIFFC US Total
Personnel
   Initial Attack302068118
   Sustained Action413071
   Overhead11126121
Equipment
   Pump Kits250250
   Hose85008500
   Sprinkler heads100250350
   Relay Tank2525
Aircraft
   Skimmer2417
   Birddog11
Compact Agreement Mobilization
To Resources From
O Resource Demobilization
To Resources From
AB1 Technical SpecialistCIF
ON1 Type 1 Sustained Action crewmember NT
Compact Agreement Demobilization
To Resources From
P Resource Availability Report
BC YT AB NT SK MB ON QC NL NB NS PE PC US Total
Personnel
   Initial Attack 4p1010
   Incident Mgmt Team 19p11
   Overhead55
Equipment
   Hose10001000
Aircraft
   Skimmer2/415
   Birddog1/BD
Trainee
From Position

United States:
Fire Activity: 180 fires for 2,840.08 hectares during the last 24 hours

Year to Date Fires 28,078
Year to Date Hectares 916,916.49



US Preparedness Level

Level 3 Description:
Two or more Geographic Areas are experiencing Wildland or prescribed fire activities requiring a major commitment of National Resources.
Additional resources are being ordered and mobilized through NICC. Incident Management
Teams are committed in two or more areas, or 275 crews are committed nationally.

Duty Officer: Marc Mousseau
CIFFC: 24 hours ciffc@ciffc.ca
204-784-2030 www.ciffc.ca
Summary of the Total Fires and Hectares to Date compared to the Last Year fire season
Fires Hectares
2014 2015 2014 2015
BC 321 654 BC 5,593 80,998
YT 18 177 YT 463 95,017
AB 712 1,217 AB 1,834 209,107
NT 113 173 NT 275,017 197,424
SK 181 522 SK 20,976 420,270
MB 94 274 MB 1,411 18,466
ON 129 308 ON 3,240 28,368
QC 135 285 QC 30,578 3,131
NL 41 103 NL 532 6,252
NB 138 169 NB 98 204
NS 133 203 NS 422 464
PE 0 4 PE 0 2
PC 27 79 PC 77,910 363,249
Total 2,042 4,168 Total 418,074 1,422,952
Fires Hectares
5 yr avg 10 yr avg 15 yr avg 20 yr avg 25 yr avg 5 yr avg 10 yr avg 15 yr avg 20 yr avg 25 yr avg
BC 288 417 472 470 376 BC 7,487 13,052 17,467 14,558 11,647
YT 60 55 57 63 51 YT 54,953 42,937 56,579 58,397 46,717
AB 759 831 766 686 549 AB 174,110 107,068 113,288 123,761 99,009
NT 101 76 70 76 61 NT 144,308 85,340 58,884 94,361 75,489
SK 221 266 297 312 250 SK 200,703 206,418 195,317 223,110 178,488
MB 158 174 222 238 190 MB 58,914 41,747 47,326 63,469 50,775
ON 371 358 346 477 381 ON 31,363 23,119 32,908 84,618 67,695
QC 297 359 352 414 331 QC 225,630 231,337 159,369 164,659 131,727
NL 56 68 75 81 65 NL 29,108 15,895 11,042 11,412 9,130
NB 176 183 184 198 158 NB 266 264 270 374 299
NS 181 201 192 204 163 NS 414 829 705 696 557
PE 2 5 6 9 7 PE 3 8 9 26 21
PC 28 35 31 31 25 PC 47,817 46,221 31,856 28,077 22,462
Total 2,697 3,027 3,070 3,258 2,606 Total 975,076 814,235 725,021 867,518 694,014