The BC FireSmart Committee invites you to SAVE THE DATE for the 2022 FireSmart BC Conference: Building Collaboration and Community. Join us in Kamloops, BC on May 11 and 12, 2022, to learn about the future of FireSmart in BC.

The FireSmart BC Virtual Symposium Shape
FireSmart BC Polygons FireSmart BC Polygons

Key details

When: May 11 and 12, 2022
Time: TBD
Cost:
Early bird: $350.00 (plus GST)
Normal registration: $425.00 (plus GST) per attendee*
Where: Kamloops, BC

Agenda

Topic Time Speakers
Welcome Pre-recorded Kelsey Winter

About Kelsey Winter

FireSmart Program Lead / Chair, BC FireSmart Committee, BC Wildfire Service
Kelsey Winter is the FireSmart Program Lead for the BC Wildfire Service and the Chair of the BC FireSmart Committee (BCFSC). She has worked in wildfire for over ten years and has experience on the fireline, in operational and strategic communications and is now leading the development and implementation of FireSmart across British Columbia. As a member of the Community Resiliency Investment Program Management Committee she assists with the delivery of BC’s primary FireSmart funding program. Kelsey has a Masters in Fire Ecology and a Masters in Natural Resources; she is also a Student of Fire with the International Association of Wildland Fire. Her thesis work focused on the human dimensions of FireSmart and barriers to entry for emergency preparedness. Kelsey has been involved with FireSmart since 2014 when she became a FireSmart Provincial Liaison for BC.
Learn more about the BC Wildfire Service
Future of FireSmart (keynote address) 08:30 - 09:10 Ray Ault and

About Ray Ault

Director of Prevention and Mitigation, Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre
Ray Ault is the new Director of prevention and mitigation with CIFFC – Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre. Ray’s previous roles include 16 years leading applied wildfire research with FPInnovations, FireSmart Canada Executive Director and many years in wildfire operations working in both BC and Alberta. Ray has an MBA and has taught college level business and entrepreneurship classes. Ray lives in the Edmonton area.
Learn more about FireSmart Canada
Chris Hodder

About Chris Hodder

Provincial Manager for Wildfire Protection, BC Wildfire Service
Chris’s career in fire and emergency management started in 1996 as a seasonal fire fighter in the State of Victoria, Australia. Prior to moving across to the forestry sector, he was a volunteer fire fighter for several years for the Country Fire Authority. Since then, Chris has worked in several land management agencies across three countries, including Australia, New Zealand and currently now in BC, Canada, specializing in forestry, wildfire management and more recently, wildfire prevention. His expertise and knowledge on wildfire management has been built from the ground up, accompanied with a Bachelor of Environmental Science degree from Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. Chris has a long history and extensive experience in wildfire operations, receiving the National Emergency Medal for his role in the 2009 Black Saturday fires in Victoria, Australia. Currently, as the provincial manager for wildfire prevention for the BC Wildfire Service, Chris leads a provincial multi discipline team in developing a new approach to wildfire prevention and preparedness for British Columbia, focusing on integration, interagency collaboration, landscape and community wildfire resiliency, using FireSmart as the foundation of their prevention program.
Learn more about BC Wildfire Service
10-minute break 09:10 - 09:20
Prescribed Fire 09:20 - 09:50 Rory Colwell and

About Rory Colwell

Superintendent Fuels Management, BC Wildfire Service
Rory Colwell is a Registered Forest Technologist and the Superintendent Fuels Management with the BC Wildfire Service (BCWS) since the summer of 2018. Rory has been with BCWS and involved with the fuel management program and prescribed burning since 2008. He is also a fire behaviour specialist and often fulfills the roles of fire behaviour analyst or ignitions specialist on large wildfire incidents. Rory began working for the BC Government in 1999 and prior to joining BCWS, he worked in various silviculture and harvesting positions for BC Timber Sales within the Kamloops business area and within the Cascades Resource District. Before working for the Ministry, he also was the owner/operator of a small forestry consulting business. Rory currently resides in Williams Lake within the traditional territory of the T’exelcemc people of the Secwepemc Nation where he enjoys spending as much time in the great outdoors as possible.
Learn more about the BC Wildfire Service
Peter Hisch

About Peter Hisch

Forest Fuel Management Specialist, First Nations Emergency Services Society
Peter began his career in 2003 with the BC Forest Service as a crew member on an initial attack crew. This was followed by a forestry career practicing all aspects of forestry as a forest technician in the now Rocky Mountain Resource District including wildfire suppression. Peter accepted a position in the Mackenzie Forest District as a Forest Resources Technician Generalist in 1989 and relocated to a position in Fort St. James in 1992. Peter then accepted a position with the Rocky Mountain Resource District as a Forest Technician which then became a Compliance and Enforcement Official position. This included managing prescribed fire operations for the ecosystem restoration program. This was followed by becoming a member of the Association of BC Forest Professionals as a Registered Forest Technologist. In 2004, Peter accepted a position with the BC Wildfire Service as a Fuel Management Specialist in the Southeast Fire Centre, followed by a position with the BC Wildfire Service as the Superintendent of Fuels Management based out of Victoria but conducted from Cranbrook and included fuel management, FireSmart, Incident command, Ignition specialist, instructing prescribed burning and ignition operations, and burn boss. Following retirement in 2017, Peter accepted a position in 2019 with the First Nations Emergency Services Society in the Fuel Management Department as a Forest Fuel Management Specialist including fuel management, FireSmart, and Revitalizing Cultural Burning.
Learn more about the First Nations Emergency Services Society
Community Wildfire Resiliency Committees 09:20 - 09:50 Kelly Osbourne and

About Kelly Osbourne

Fire and Fuel Management Officer, BC Wildfire Service
Kelly Osbourne is a Registered Professional Forester and is currently the Fire and Fuel Management Officer for the BC Wildfire Service. Kelly provides strategic and professional guidance for wildfire risk reduction programs, policies and practices across BC. Kelly lives in Victoria with her two dogs Brodi and Lily and enjoys paddle boarding, hiking and other outdoor activities on Vancouver Island.
Learn more about the BC Wildfire Service
The TLKemchEEn FireSmart Committee

About The TLKemchEEn FireSmart Committee

The TLKemchEEn FireSmart Committee (formally known as the Village of Lytton/Lytton First Nation FireSmart Board) was first formed in September 2016, and has been successful in achieving annual FireSmart Community Recognition since then. The Committee actively meets a minimum of once a month to plan, discuss and implement ongoing FireSmart initiatives underway within the community. The current TLKemchEEn FireSmart committee is comprised of the following individuals:
  • Scott Rennick – Lytton Wildfire Technician, BC Wildfire Service
  • Jason Robertson – Council Member, Lytton First Nation
  • Roy Spinks – Implementation Manger, Lytton First Nation
  • Kathie Hibberson – Lytton Unit Chief, BC Emergency Health Services
  • Denise MacIntyre – Volunteer Firefighter, Lytton Fire Rescue
  • Jacquie Raphael – Lands Manager, Lytton First Nation
  • Symone Curry – Village of Lytton, Chief Administrative Officer
  • Chad Haugen – Lytton Unit Crew Supervisor, BC Wildfire Service and Volunteer Firefighter, Lytton Fire Rescue
  • Zoey Shamley – Health and Safety Coordinator, Skuppah Indian Band
  • Kyle Parker – IA Crew Leader, BC Wildfire Service and Captain, Lytton Fire Rescue
  • Tawnya Collins, R.P.F. – TLKemchEEN FireSmart Coordinator
Note: The TLKemchEEn FireSmart Committee members in the photo are (from left to right): Chad Haugen, Jason Robertson, Jacquie Raphael, Scott Rennick, Tawnya Collins, Kyle Parker, Zoey Shamley, Denise MacIntyre and Roy Spinks. (Missing are Symone Curry and Kathie Hibberson)
10-minute break 09:50 - 10:00
Climate Change and the WUI 10:00 - 10:30 Kelly Osbourne and

About Kelly Osbourne

Fire and Fuel Management Officer, BC Wildfire Service
Kelly Osbourne is a Registered Professional Forester and is currently the Fire and Fuel Management Officer for the BC Wildfire Service. Kelly provides strategic and professional guidance for wildfire risk reduction programs, policies and practices across BC. Kelly lives in Victoria with her two dogs Brodi and Lily and enjoys paddle boarding, hiking and other outdoor activities on Vancouver Island.
Learn more about the BC Wildfire Service
Dana Hicks

About Dana Hicks

Wildfire Threat Specialist / Predictive Service Superintendent, BC Wildfire Service
Dana began his forestry career in 1978 working at a small sawmill. He spent time working as a Silviculture contractor and graduated from UNB’s Maritime Forest Ranger School in 1983. In 2005, Dana accepted the position of Fire Management Specialist / Wildfire Threat Specialist with BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources Operation in Prince George. Since this time, he has spent his time revitalizing the fire management process in British Columbia. He is now responsible for wildfire threat modelling and associated process. He works very closely with BC government staff to reduce threat to “values at risk” on the landscape. He recently took over the lead for the Predictive Service Unit. This unit develops tools and products for decision support for wildfires in BC. He has co–authored several papers dealing with fire behaviour in the MPB forest fuels and fuel typing in BC and he also chairs the national Fire Behaviour Specialist course.
Learn more about the BC Wildfire Service
Managing Rebate Programs 10:00 - 10:30 Lacy Scuffi,

About Lacy Scuffi

Forestry Initiatives Coordinator, City of Quesnel
Lacy comes from a background in forestry and graduated from UBC with a BSc. in Forestry, Natural Resource Management & Conservation in 2009. She worked in silviculture and then spent nine years in the pulp and paper industry. A desire to re-direct her career towards sustainability led her to complete a Sustainable Energy Management program and begin work with the City of Quesnel in January 2020. Lacy works with the Quesnel Volunteer Fire Department, BC Wildfire Service and Local FireSmart Representatives to deliver FireSmart resources to the community.
Learn more about the City of Quesnel
Steve Vatcher and

About Steve Vatcher

Deputy Fire Chief, Lake Cowichan Fire Department
Steve Vatcher is the Deputy Fire Chief at the Lake Cowichan Fire Department as well as the Fire Risk Manager at the Town of Lake Cowichan. With over 27 years of experience in the Fire Service, Steve is dedicated to educating the public about fire safety and about being FireSmart. During the devastating wildfires in 2017 and 2018, Steve was deployed to the Interior and Northern BC to assist in that effort. He is an active member of the British Columbia Fire Training Officers Association, the Fire Chiefs’ Association of BC and is currently completing his Emergency Management Certificate with JIBC. Steve is a Local FireSmart Representative and is responsible for starting the FireSmart program in the Town of Lake Cowichan in 2017. As well, Steve is a liaison and a member of the FireSmart Board for the Ts'uubaa-asatx First Nation. Steve led the successful pursuit of the Partners in Protection Community Protection Achievement Award for the Town of Lake Cowichan in 2017and has helped facilitate eight recognized Lake Cowichan area FireSmart communities. Married for 33 years, Steve, his wife, his two daughters and his son enjoy being outdoors, traveling, camping, cooking and spending quality time together.
Learn more about the Lake Cowichan Fire Department
Ryan Thoms

About Ryan Thoms

Manager of Emergency Services, qathet Regional District
Ryan Thoms is now beginning his tenth year as the Manager of Emergency Services with the qathet Regional District (qRD), responsible for management of the Regional Emergency Preparedness Service as well as the qRD’s four rural fire protection services. Prior to this, Ryan enjoyed fifteen years with the BC Wildfire Service in the Prince George and Coastal Fire Centres. Ryan feels very fortunate to live with his family on the traditional territory of the Tla’amin Nation in the town of Powell River.
Learn more about the qathet Regional District
10-minute break 10:30 - 10:40
FireSmart Canada Updates 10:40 - 11:10 Kelly Johnston and

About Kelly Johnston

FireSmart Canada Technical Advisor, FireSmart Canada
Kelly Johnston specializes in supporting community wildfire resilience through wildfire hazard and risk evaluation and results-based solutions. Kelly has 30 years of experience serving in wildland fire management roles within all levels of government, non-profit and private consulting organizations. As the president and principal owner of Wildland Professional Solutions, Inc, Kelly remains involved in projects across North America. His current notable relevant projects include: co-developer of the British Columbia Community Wildfire Resiliency Planning Framework, co-author of the American Planning Association “Planning the Wildland Urban Interface” publication, co-developer of the updated State of California FireSafe Regulations, State California (CALFire) Land Use Planner Training Course co-developer, developer of the FireSmart® Home Partners (Canada) Home Ignition Zone program and developer of the REALFire® Home Ignition Zone program (U.S.). Kelly serves as the FireSmart Canada Technical Advisor; as a director with the U.S. non-profit Community Wildfire Planning Center; as an appointed member with the National Fire Protection Association Wildland and Rural Fire Protection Technical Committee; and an appointed member of the National Research Council of Canada Wildland-Urban Interface Technical Committee. Kelly maintains his qualifications as Registered Professional Forester, Wildland Fire Behavior Specialist, Ignition Specialist, Wildfire Mitigation Specialist Lead Trainer, NFPA Fire Service Instructor, and a cross-trained wildland/structural firefighter.
Learn more about FireSmart Canada
Laura King

About Laura King

National Communications Advisor, FireSmart Canada
Laura King is the national communications advisor for FireSmart Canada, helping to ensure accurate, consistent messages reach Canadians from coast to coast to coast. Laura wears many hats; she is also editor of the IAWF’s Wildfire Magazine, and is the public-education representative for NFPA in Canada. She was an instructor for the emergency management program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, focusing on communication and public engagement. Laura was editor of Fire Fighting in Canada and Canadian Firefighter magazines for 10 years before moving to NFPA in 2017. Laura was a reporter and editor for more than 20 years for newspapers and other publications across Canada and the United States, covering business, legal matters, politics, municipal affairs, and sports. She has an honours degree in journalism, political science and public administration from Carleton University; she has worked with fire departments, emergency managers, municipalities and chief-officer groups across Canada to educate them about communication and social media. Laura is a certified NFPA 1035 fire and life-safety educator and a certified Road to Mental Readiness instructor and holds several other certifications. Laura lives in Ontario but will always be a Cape Bretoner at heart!
Learn more about FireSmart Canada
Structural Fire Department Experiences with FireSmart 10:40 - 11:10 Dan Leighton and

About Dan Leighton

Retired Fire Chief, District of Logan Lake
Fire Chief Dan Leighton is a thirty-five-year veteran of the BC Fire Service, beginning his career as a volunteer firefighter. He rose through the ranks to become a full time Fire Chief/Emergency Coordinator. Chief Leighton holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Emergency and Security Management as well as certifications as Chief Fire Officer, Fire Inspector, Fire Educator and Fire Instructor. Dan is the Logan Lake Wildfire specialist for FireSmart Canada. As Fire Chief for the District of Logan Lake Fire/Rescue, safety for the residents and their homes is Dan’s main concern. Collaboration between Local and Provincial Governments and Logan Lake’s own Community Forest Corporation has strengthened the resources Chief Leighton needs to mitigate the fire risks created by the Mountain Pine Beetle. Chief Leighton became the driving force behind the wildfire mitigation program in Logan Lake, giving Logan Lake the distinction as the first community in Canada to become FireSmart. Chief Leighton works closely with residents on FireSmarting their homes as he believes homeowners have a responsibility for the protection of their homes. The job of the Fire Service is to educate homeowners with field and modeling research. FireSmarting saves homes and communities.
Learn more about the District of Logan Lake
Larry Watkinson

About Larry Watkinson

Fire Chief, City of Penticton
Larry Watkinson is the Fire Chief for the City of Penticton, located in the south-central region of the province known as the Okanagan Valley. Just a 4-hr drive from Vancouver, the region enjoys a semi-arid climate providing more than 2,000 hours of sunshine and a landscape surrounded by mountains. With a population of approximately 36,000, Penticton is just one of two cities in the world that sits between two lakes. Larry has held a Chief Officer rank in the fire service for over 18 years. Currently a Board member and Director for the Fire Chiefs’ Association of BC, Career Chief Sector, Larry is also a member of the Provincial Command Staff for Emergency Management BC, BC Wildfire Service Structure Protection Specialist and BC FireSmart Fire Mitigation Specialist. As a Fire Service Leader, he has earned professional designations of Professional Manager (P.Mgr), and Chartered Manager (C.Mgr) from the Canadian Institute of Management and Executive Chief Fire Officer (ECFO) designation from the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs. Larry, along with his Disaster dog Sam, is a volunteer with Burnaby’s Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team and has deployed to events both domestically and internationally for search and rescue efforts. A very active member of the community, you will find Larry volunteering at numerous events throughout the year. He enjoys spending time with wife Christina, attending lacrosse tournaments with eldest son, Spencer and dirt biking with youngest son, Kodie and APEX Mountain is home come winter.
Learn more about the Penticton Fire Department
10-minute break 11:10 - 11:20
Home Partners Program 11:20 - 11:50 Joel Hamilton and

About Joel Hamilton

Wildfire Mitigation Supervisor / EOC Planning Section Chief, Regional District of Central Kootney
Joel’s background and passion in wildfire began working for many years with Parks Canada as an Initial Attack Crew Member, Leader and Wildfire Technician travelling across Canada supporting other parks and agencies on a Type 1 incident management team. Joel applies this experience in his position as Wildfire Mitigation Supervisor / EOC Planning Section Chief for the Regional District of Central Kootenay, administering FireSmart program coordination, fuel treatment development, public education, outreach and emergency response in order to reduce the risk of wildfire on communities within the 22,000km² region. His goal is to provide residents the tools, knowledge and funding to mitigate individual property hazard while developing larger landscape level wildfire mitigation strategies. In Joel’s spare time, he enjoys ski touring, snowmobiling, hockey, sailing, mountain biking, exploring the Kootenay’s and attempting to outwit all the forest beasts that constantly ravage his mountain-side garden.
Learn more about the Regional District of Central Kootney
Lindsay King

About Lindsay King

FireSmart Educator, Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako
Lindsay King is the FireSmart Educator at the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako. Before working for the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako, Lindsay worked at the Nadina District Office for the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations & Rural Development. She also has eight years of experience in Forestry Consulting in BC and is an Accredited Silviculture Surveyor with the ABCFP. Lindsay has a Bachelor of Applied Human Sciences in International Development and a Master of Public Administration. Lindsay looks forward to being the Program Coordinator for the Home Partners Program Pilot 2.0 with the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako. When she's not working, Lindsay loves to picnic, practice yoga and consume credible news.
Learn more about the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako
FireSmart BC and Social Media 11:20 - 11:50 Andrew Hansen

About Andrew Hansen

Partner, SitePartners
Andrew Hansen is the Founder and President of SitePartners, a specialized marketing agency based out of Vancouver BC and Calgary AB. They are a team of creatives, designers and builders who love to solve problems and create solutions for lasting impact. Andrew is a proud husband and father of two beautiful daughters living in Langley, BC and can be found happiest on a hike in the middle of nowhere.
Learn more about SITE Partners
10-minute break 11:50 - 12:00
Successful Community Resiliency Investment Program (CRI) Projects 12:00 - 13:00 Anita de Dreu,

About Anita de Dreu

Emergency Services Coordinator, Regional District of Fraser-Fort George
Employed by the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George for 29 years, Anita has worked in a wide variety of capacities ranging from almost every department in as many capacities as you can imagine (after all, variety is the spice of life!). Anita has a degree in education; two of her most rewarding projects were the development of innovative education programs. Anita’s FireSmart curiosity piqued as a child, picking wild berries in the forest on the family farm, upon discovering charred remains of an early 1900s devastating wildfire. The Regional District responded to the 2015 Little Bobtail wildland interface fire and a small wildfire in 2017. Less than two weeks after delivery of their first door to door FireSmart education 2018 pilot project in the Valemount area, a wildfire burned out of control directly behind the pilot neighborhood, near the village of Valemount. Talk about reinforcing the urgency of their message! During the record breaking 2017 and 2018 wildfire events, Anita assisted the City of Prince George manage 11,000 evacuees; a much larger undertaking than anticipated! The Regional District partnered with the City of Prince George to implement a region wide FireSmart strategy in 2018, including a FireSmart education campaign, joint wildfire prescriptions and fuel treatment area priorities to help increase the resiliency of their neighborhoods. In 2019, the Regional District assisted FireSmart BC and the BC Wildfire Service in organizing a variety of film locations to highlight northern FireSmart challenges. In her current role as Emergency Services Coordinator, Anita has responded to multiple ice jam and freshet flooding, wildland urban interface fires, hazardous materials incidents, residential fires and landslide events. Anita is happy to share the components of the Regional District’s brand new FireSmart education campaign.
Learn more about the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George
Catherine Morrison,

About Catherine Morrison

Manager, Emergency Services, Regional District of Nanaimo
Catherine is the Regional District of Nanaimo’s Manager of Emergency Services and has been with the RDN since September 2018 responsible for both the Fire Services and Emergency Services in the seven Electoral Areas. In this role, Catherine has led and advanced initiatives such as flood preparedness, hazard specific response plans, evacuation route planning, fire hall construction, emergency communications and the FireSmart Communities project leading to the FireSmart Community Recognition for the Spider Lake Community. Prior to her role as the Manager of Emergency Services, Catherine worked with the BC Wildfire Service as the Fire Control Room Supervisor responsible for the effective operation of the fire control room systems, training and procedures. Catherine joined the BC Wildfire Service in 2008, participating in deployments throughout BC and responding to a total of 15,309 fires.
Learn more about the Regional District of Nanaimo
Shaun Koopman and

About Shaun Koopman

Protective Services Coordinator, Strathcona Regional District
For the past six years, Shaun has been blessed to work as the Protective Services Coordinator at the Strathcona District following the completion of his Masters In Disaster Management. He was drawn into this world through his family ties in Haiti following their devastating earthquake in 2010. When he’s not with his wife and two dogs at dog agility, you can find him surfing, practicing yoga, hiking or headbanging to California groove metal
Learn more about the Strathcona Regional District
Scott Rogers

About Scott Rogers

FireSmart Supervisor, Protective Services, Resort Municipality of Whistler
Scott Rogers is the FireSmart Supervisor for the Resort Municipality of Whistler and has been dedicated to developing and delivering the FireSmart program in Whistler since 2016. In this time, the FireSmart program has expanded to include additional staff with dedicated equipment who deliver a seasonal FireSmart Community Chipper Service, support FireSmart neighbourhood projects with homeowners, treat municipal forest understory and lead a FireSmart "Adopt-a-trail" campaign. Regular public education about current wildfire realities and FireSmart solutions is delivered while conducting assessments through online media, in schools and forums. Scott works internally to support the permit approvals process with Planning and Environmental Stewardship when FireSmart is a consideration for landscape and building modifications (wildfire mitigation now integrated as part of the OCP in wildfire development permit area). Scott has over a decade of service as a POC structural firefighter with Whistler Fire Rescue Service (FFII, Fire Service Instructor, Fire and Life Safety Educator, SPP-WFF 1), has a background in project management, landscaping, construction, is a certified arborist and wildlife danger tree assessor. Focused on community service and building involvement in programs, Scott was a "Big Brother" for two years and founded a non-profit society community volleyball program that annually hosts 300 players, over 60 teams and provides scholarships to high school students (http://www.wova.ca). Scott led the successful pursuit for Whistler's FireSmart Community Protection Achievement Certificate for outstanding FireSmart work in 2018 and has helped facilitate eight Whistler neighbourhoods to receive FireSmart Canada Neighbourhood Recognition Status.
Learn more about the Resort Municipality of Whistler
Thank you Pre-recorded Kelsey Winter

About Kelsey Winter

FireSmart Program Lead / Chair, BC FireSmart Committee – BC Wildfire Service
Kelsey Winter is the FireSmart Program Lead for the BC Wildfire Service and the Chair of the BC FireSmart Committee (BCFSC). She has worked in wildfire for over ten years and has experience on the fireline, in operational and strategic communications and is now leading the development and implementation of FireSmart across British Columbia. As a member of the Community Resiliency Investment Program Management Committee she assists with the delivery of BC’s primary FireSmart funding program. Kelsey has a Masters in Fire Ecology and a Masters in Natural Resources; she is also a Student of Fire with the International Association of Wildland Fire. Her thesis work focused on the human dimensions of FireSmart and barriers to entry for emergency preparedness. Kelsey has been involved with FireSmart since 2014 when she became a FireSmart Provincial Liaison for BC.
Learn more about the BC Wildfire Service

You won’t want to miss this.

Join us May 26th, 2021 so you can stay in the know for all things FireSmart, with the inaugural FireSmart BC virtual symposium.