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Rene Brunelle Provincial Park Under Full Fire Ban

Rene Brunelle Provincial Park is now in a full fire ban.

Across the province many provincial parks have imposed a partial or full fire ban due to the recent hot weather conditions and high to extreme fire hazard ratings.

Ontario Parks has worked closely with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry’s Aviation Forest Fire and Emergency Services and local municipalities while implementing these bans.

Rene Brunelle Provincial Park has announced that during a full fire ban park visitors are permitted to use only portable gas or propane stoves for the purpose of cooking.

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Park visitors are not permitted to use any charcoal barbeque or portable outdoor living gas or propane fire pits, especially for the purpose of simply producing a flame.

For a complete listing and more information on provincial parks with fire restrictions or bans please visit here.

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