Wed Jul 18th, 2018

Anarchist Mountain Fire Department shared Wasp Manufacturing Ltd.'s video.

Wasp Manufacturing Ltd.
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Wasp Wildfire Residential Protection Kits now available online at www.waspwildfire.com/where to buy/ . Full kits are $154.99. If you order a full kit online from an area where kits are available at a participating fire department, Wasp will donate $50 for each kit sold to that department under our Community Fund Raising Program. Thousands sold to fire departments and government agencies. #firesmart #wasp #wildfire

Tue Jul 17th, 2018

Anarchist Mountain Fire Department shared Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen's post.

Please take the time to be safe.
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BIG FINES FOR THROWING BUTTS OUT YOUR CAR WINDOW!! Under the Wildfire Act: • Section 3 (1), Drop, release or mishandle burning substance: $575 • Section 3 (2), Fail to extinguish burning substance: $575 The RDOS has received calls from residents who are concerned about how to report people who throw cigarettes or cigarette butts out of car windows. This is approved Provincial messaging and the procedure to follow: If you see someone throw a cigarette or cigarette butt out of a vehicle, what can you do? • Call 1 800 663-5555 toll-free or *5555 on a cellphone to report the incident. • If possible, the following information should be provided: - date and time of the incident - licence plate number - make and model of the vehicle - location - direction of travel

Please take the time to be safe.

Should be a minimum of $2500 plus all costs associated with any fire

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$575 is a BIG FINE?!? Not big enough, jeeze

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Tue Jul 17th, 2018

Anarchist Mountain Fire Department shared Joe Rich Fire's post.

Stay hydrated, stay cool as best you can.
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Heat has arrived in the Okanagan! Planning on being outside for any amount of time? Pay close attention to how you're feeling and drink plenty of water. Be safe out there!

Stay hydrated, stay cool as best you can.

Mon Jul 16th, 2018

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The BC Wildfire Service is currently responding to two new wildfires. One is north of Osoyoos Lake and the second is northwest of Allison Lake. More details will be provided once they become available. --- UPDATE: The wildfire northwest of Allison Lake is approximately 0.5 hectares in size and suspected to be human-caused. We're responding with four personnel, one helicopter, and airtankers. The fire north of Osoyoos Lake is in local fire department jurisdiction. We are assisting with seven personnel, one helicopter, and airtankers. No structures are threatened.

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Sat Jun 30th, 2018

Anarchist Mountain Fire Department shared BC Proud's post.

All of us at the Anarchist Mountain Fire Department wish you a very safe and Happy Canada Day. Take a moment to reflect and enjoy the day...
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Canada is one amazing country 🇨🇦

All of us at the Anarchist Mountain Fire Department wish you a very safe and Happy Canada Day.  Take a moment to reflect and enjoy the day...

I love our country!

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Sat Jun 30th, 2018

Anarchist Mountain Fire Department shared Carry The Load's post.

Not forgotten.
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Remembering the Granite Mountain Hotshots, 19 heroes that sacrificed their lives 5 years ago today fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire. A band of brothers that ran towards danger, may the sacrifice of these heroes and their loved ones always be remembered. #HonorTheFallen #WhoAreYouCarrying #CarryTheLoad

Not forgotten.

God bless them All...N There Family...

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We will remember

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Fri Jun 29th, 2018

Anarchist Mountain Fire Department shared BC Wildfire Service's post. ... See MoreSee Less

It’s almost the Canada Day long weekend, and we know many people are making plans to celebrate – which may mean using fireworks. But did you know that firework bans have been implemented alongside Category 2 and 3 open fire bans? Current Category 2 open fire bans are in place in the Cariboo, Kamloops, and Coastal Fire Centres (excluding the Haida Gwaii Natural Resource District and the Fog Zone). The Cariboo, Kamloops, and Southeast Fire Centres additionally have Category 3 open fire bans at this time. Setting off fireworks is considered to be a high-risk activity, since they can easily ignite forest fuels and start a wildfire. This prohibition does not ban campfires that are a half-metre by a half-metre wide or smaller, and does not apply to cooking stoves that use gas, propane or briquettes. Please be responsible when enjoying the outdoors this weekend. For an infographic explaining different open fire regulations, check out: ow.ly/Hipj30kJoXq. For the latest information on current wildfire activity, burning restrictions, road closures and air quality advisories, visit www.bcwildfire.ca

Thu Jun 21st, 2018

Anarchist Mountain Fire Department shared BC Wildfire Service's post.

Please keep an eye out for any signs of smoke at all times.
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We are responding to dozens of new wildfires across the province this afternoon, mainly resulting from intense lightning strikes across central and southern B.C. The largest so far is a 90 hectare fire approximately 15km west of Burns Lake (pictured below). It is burning aggressively and visible from nearby communities and Highway 16.

Please keep an eye out for any signs of smoke at all times.

Tue Jun 19th, 2018

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Listen to Double Stop Creek Perform "Cowboy Pride" an Ian Tyson cover and their 2nd studio recording! Music performed by: Double Stop Creek, Sue McEvoy (guit...

Anarchist Mountain
Fire Department
115 Grizzly Road
Osoyoos BC V0H 1V6

Fire Chief
Urs Grob

778-739-0123

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