There's one good thing about this snow. You can build a campfire to try to stay warm.
 
The Special Areas east of Drumheller, which have been under fire restrictions since summer, have finally lifted them.
 
Effective immediately, there are no fire restrictions in the Special Areas and campfires and incinerator fires are allowed.
 
Controlled Burn Notifications are still required for any other type of blaze.
 
A fire ban remains in place in Wheatland County to the west of Drumheller. The exceptions are gas and propane barbeques, portable fire pits and infrared heaters.
 

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