BC Wildfire Map


The British Columbia government has declared a province-wide state of emergency in response to the ongoing wildfire situation.

The state of emergency is initially in effect for 14 days, once issued, and may be extended or rescinded as necessary.

The declaration comes as smoke from hundreds of wildfires continues to blanket the province and evacuation orders expand across the north and central regions.


So far this year, more than 380,000 hectares have been burned by wildfires, making it the fourth worst season on record.