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

Aircraft Specifications
Career in Wildfire
Fire Bans
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  2018 Heavy Equipment Information Package
The Wildfire Management Branch is establishing an "Agreement for Hire of Equipment with Operator" to hire equipment for fire suppression, pre-suppression, reclamation, road maintenance and other projects. This contract is used as an eligibility list and is not a guarantee of hire.
  2018 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.
  2018 Taxi Bus Information Package
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  Aviation Services Call When Needed Summer 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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  Request for Fire Suppression Assistance
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  Saskatchewan's Aerial Fleet
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.
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  Wildfire and Forest Protection Offices
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  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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