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Includes information on wildfire management, forest protection, wildfire prevention and FireSmart education and prevention.

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  2017 Heavy Equipment Information Package
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  2017 Taxi Bus Information Package
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  Air Fleet Information
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  Aviation Operations
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  Aviation Services Call When Needed Winter Agreement
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  Forest Fire Airspace
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  Open Burning Synopsis
From April 1 to October 31 a Burn Notification Number is required in a provincial forest, in park land or any quarter section wholly or partly within 4.5 km of a provincial forest. To obtain a Burn Notification Number, please contact your local Wildfire Management Forest Protection Area Office. To obtain a Burn Notification Number, please contact your local Wildfire Management Forest Protection Area Office. For more information on best practices for open burning, look on-line at: www.environment.sk.ca/fire
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  Pilot's Handbook
This handbook gives pilots working for Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment information to complete flight assignments in a safe, efficient and effective manner.
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  Request for Fire Suppression Assistance
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  Wildfire and Forest Protection Offices
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  Wildfire Career Fact Sheet
Fire management offers exciting career opportunities which include every aspect of managing wildfires to achieve ecological and economic objectives. Protecting people, communities, property and valuable forest resources is a challenging and fulfilling ambition. Fire program careers typically start with seasonal front line positions and progress to year-round forest protection officer and management positions.
  Wildfire Management Aircraft Information
Aviation operations is responsible for the delivery of land based and amphibious wildfire tanker operations to the Province of Saskatchewan. Utilizing a modern, efficient and fast tanker fleet, Saskatchewan is able to deliver aerial services to the province, to other jurisdictions within Canada and to our other external partners.
  Wildfires in Saskatchewan
Plants and animals are well-adapted to fire; some even require it to thrive. However, wildfires can threaten communities, essential infrastructure, timber and other human values.
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