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BC fire fighting crews are finishing off their long weekend by dealing with yet another blaze.
Coastal Fire Centre Information oOfficer Marg Drysdale says the new blaze is near Squamish.
"Just South of Sqaumish we currently have a fire that is 20 metres by 100 metres we do have an initial attack crew on site with the Squamish Fire Department as well it is on reserve land just South of Squamish and there will be some bucketing going on so if people see that in the area they will know exactly whats going on."
Drysdale says fire crews province wide reported dealing with small grass fires.
She says drivers tossing cigarette butts out the window was generally to blame.
"There has been a number of issues with most fire departments over this long weekend the coastal fire centre was involved in helping out the Langford fire department with a situation this weekend as well we are just asking people to continue to be very careful please put your cigarettes out in your vehicle do not toss them out of your vehicle and continue to be very careful with your campfires."
Another fire is still burning in a remote area Northwest of Squamish
It has reached 29 hectares in size.
But it isn't threatening any homes or people so crews are just keeping an careful eye on it.