A fire that had been burning for several weeks on an island on Crooked Lake in Quetico Park was declared “out” on Sunday.
It was a recreation-caused blaze.
Meanwhile, a fire that started when lightning ignited a single tree Sunday still is “being monitored” at 0.1 hectares in size.
It is located on a peninsula of Asheigama Lake about 70 km north of Fort Frances.
The forest fire hazard is “moderate” across the southern sectors of the Northwest Region and “low” everywhere else.