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Will it Burn!?

Man beside a juniper asking "Will it burn?"

Most folks don’t know how flammable their beautiful yard is. So we created a video campaign for the FireSmart Plant Program that puts the most popular plants to the test by asking, “Will it Burn!?”

Our Part Your Part – Spring Roof & Gutters

It’s wildfire season and we all have a part to play. Luckily, yours is as simple as cleaning your gutters. Do your tasks. Do your part this wildfire season. We promise to do ours.

Our Part Your Part – Spring Debris

Dead trees and debris are fuel for wildfires. Simple tasks like collecting and removing debris from your property can make all the difference in protecting your home from a wildfire.

Our Part Your Part – Spring Combustibles

We all have a part to play this wildfire season. Yours is as simple as relocating combustibles at least 10 metres away from your home. Do your part. Get FireSmart.

Our Part Your Part

As peak wildfire season approaches, it’s up to all of us to play a part in keeping our communities safe. Thankfully, your role is simple and a few household tasks are all it takes. We’re here to guide you through them.

Will Hedge Juniper Burn!?

Juniper may look pretty, but it lights up like a Christmas tree when exposed to fire—much faster than most. Fortunately, the FireSmart Plant Program is growing across the province, which means finding more resilient FireSmart alternatives this wildfire season is easier than ever. Look for the FireSmart Plant Tag at participating garden centres.

Will Reed Grass Burn!?

Reed grass is a very common plant around many homes, but it’s also a major wildfire hazard. Thankfully, there are prettier, safer options out there. Find them at participating local garden centres labelled with the FireSmart Plant Tag.

Will Emerald Cedar Burn!?

Emerald cedar isn’t hard to find around many homes, but it also isn’t hard for it to catch fire. Thankfully, there are more resilient alternatives out there this wildfire season. Find them at participating local garden centres labelled with the FireSmart Plant Tag.