FireSmart Canada

Commitments

Make a commitment to be Firesmart.

and I commit to ...

Community Members

I committed to I am committed to the safety of my neighbours.
— Clifford Reitlo, Flin Flon and Eriksdale Manitoba, Manitoba

I committed to always keep a watchful eye on fire pits and burn barrels when they are in use.
— My name is J. Nelson, Mill Bay, British Columbia

I committed to all of the above.
— Kelsey Alec, Ts'kw'aylaxw First Nation, British Columbia

I committed to keep trees at least three metres away from either side of my driveway.
— Brent Shepherd, Yellowhead County, Alberta

I committed to plant fire resistant trees like aspen, birch or poplar, instead of spruce and pine.
— Jenna Kiss, Yellowhead county, Alberta

I committed to make sure my chimney is up to code and has a spark arresting screen installed.
— Debbie Charest, Entwistle, Alberta

I committed to prune the first two metres of branches on tree trunks.
— Jennifer benson, Wildwood, Alberta

I committed to remove all long grass, shrubs, logs, branches, twigs and needles within 10 metres of my home.
— Alvin acorn, Yellowhead county , Alberta

I committed to remove all long grass, shrubs, logs, branches, twigs and needles within 10 metres of my home.
— Laura Pichette, Yellowhead County, Alberta

I committed to always keep a watchful eye on fire pits and burn barrels when they are in use.
— Wendy robinson, Yellowhead county, Alberta

I committed to have nearby water supply for emergencies.
— Chad, Edson, Alberta

I committed to have nearby water supply for emergencies.
— Lorna butts, Yellowhead county, Alberta

I committed to always keep a watchful eye on fire pits and burn barrels when they are in use.
— Barbara Prescott, Yellowhead County, Alberta

I committed to mow and regularly water the grass within 10 metres of buildings.
— Crystal McNernie, Edson, Alberta

I committed to mow and regularly water the grass within 10 metres of buildings.
— Crystal McNernie, Edson, Alberta

I committed to close in any exposed eaves, vents and soffits on my home.
— Jeff, Edson, Alberta

I committed to contribute to a FireSmart Committee and lead by example. I'll prune the first 2 m of spruce boughs from the trees around my home..
— Heather Hawkins, Yellowhead County, Alberta

I committed to to marketing and leading the FireSmart activities at the provincial level.
— Brian McIntosh, Nanaimo, BC, British Columbia

I committed to contact my local Fire Department to support FireSmart activities and policies at the local municipal level.
— Alan Westhaver, Fernie, British Columbia

I committed to always keep a watchful eye on fire pits and burn barrels when they are in use.
— Alan Cantin, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

I committed to plant fire resistant trees like aspen, birch or poplar, instead of spruce and pine.
— Brian McIntosh, Parksville, British Columbia

Firefighters

I committed to advocate to my local authority for support for FireSmart projects.
— deborah girardi, crowsnest pass, Alberta

I committed to host a practice session for our volunteer fire department focused on wildfire operations.
— Graham Legaarden, Hinton, Alberta

I committed to learn about sprinkler systems for the wildland urban interface.
— Collin Williams, Yhc, Alberta

I committed to contribute to a FireSmart committee.
— Chris McGuinty, St. Albert, Alberta

Community Leaders

I committed to Put into action the FireSmart community recognition program and in addition, develop then implement a partially funded cooperative fuel reduction program between community members and local government..
— Louis Price, Elkwater, Alberta

I committed to Education both private property municipal property I.e. parks,rec facilities .
— Ruth Martin Williams, Yellowhead county, Alberta

Industry Partners