Open fires are prohibited from April 1 to Nov. 15 annually, except under a burning permit or in enclosed approved fire pits such as grated campfire pits in provincial campsites.
Please see the notice from the Province of Manitoba - Province Implementing Wildfire Prevention Measures - Protecting Front-Line Staff from Exposure to COVID-19
For current fire restrictions please see: https://www.gov.mb.ca/sd/fire/Restrictions/index.html.
NOTE: The Rural Municipality of Lac du Bonnet is within Area 2 and Area 3.
Manitoba's Controlled Crop Residue Burning Program
For information regarding the Manitoba's Controlled Crop Residue Burning Program and issuing of permits please see: https://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/crops/crop-residue-burning-program/index.html.
Manitoba Government - Fire and Travel Restrictions
During the wildfire season, there may be a time when high to extreme fire danger conditions require the Manitoba government to implement fire and travel restrictions within the province.
For more information regarding the Manitoba government fire and travel restrictions within the province please see: https://www.gov.mb.ca/sd/fire/Restrictions/index.html.
The Rural Municipality does not issue fireworks permits. Any Rural Municipality of Lac du Bonnet resident who wants to set off fireworks requires a permit from Manitoba Conservation and Climate Lac du Bonnet District. Phone: 204-345-1400.
Town of Lac du Bonnet residents should be aware that shooting off fireworks within Town limits is prohibited by By-Law.
To Report a Wildfire
Call 911 or 1-800-782-0076 (toll-free)
*this is only to report a fire
*Operator does not have fire status information
Manitoba Conservation and Climate
Lac du Bonnet District Office