It’s a big question for anyone who lives in the pine forest in northeastern Ontario, but it can be difficult to know what to do if you’re threatened.
The forest, which includes a vast tract of land, is one of the last remaining protected areas of the Lower Mainland.
It is also one of Canada’s most dangerous forest fires, with the province’s chief fire officer warning last year that more than 40 people were injured by fires in the area in just the last six months.
Forest fire crews often have to battle through dense brush and thick vegetation to keep their crews from losing their way.
The Ontario Provincial Police say they have responded to a number of forest fires in Ontario over the past six months, with more than 300 people injured in the province.
In April, they reported a record number of tree felling incidents, which were caused by pine trees.
The province says it has seen an increase in the number of fires in forested areas over the last year.
The Ministry of Natural Resources says it receives about 1,200 reports of pine forest fire activity each day, and they can take anywhere from two days to a month to respond.
On a recent hot summer afternoon, a fire crew had to wait almost five hours to respond to a reported fire in a remote part of the forest.
It was one of many incidents the province has faced as it tries to keep the forest safe.
The National Forest has a total of nearly 6,700 hectares, which are in and around the forest, and the ministry says about half of those are under cover.
A few years ago, the ministry moved to make a series of changes, such as allowing crews to move more quickly and using a combination of helicopter and aerial patrols.
They say the changes have reduced the number and severity of forest fire incidents, and are now being tested in the Forest Fire Centre in Sudbury.
But the forest fire centre has also been called into question by some in the community who say it has not been adequately monitored.
The ministry says it’s taking the fire centre to task for not monitoring forest fires properly.
In a statement to CBC News, a spokesperson said the centre is working with the provincial and territorial governments to ensure that forest fire data is collected and tracked.
They also said it’s working to better understand and respond to forest fires.
But some residents have questioned whether the forest is safe for their safety.
“We live in a very small forest, so there’s not a lot of space to move,” said resident Margaret Sable.
“When the forest fires are there, it’s very dangerous.”
Sable said she has been living in the forest since she was a little girl and she was scared of what she would see if a fire broke out.
She said it took her two decades to start getting comfortable with living in a forest and her family moved away when she was in her late 30s.
“The problem is it’s hard to live in the woods because it’s just a whole lot of trees, and there’s so many of them, so you get scared.”
If there’s a fire, it happens very fast.
If you’re standing there in the middle of the night and there are all these flames going down the side of the hill, you’re probably not going to make it.
“The forest fire situation is so complex that the ministry has a number and a number number of different departments that can help residents.
The provincial fire service has a fire investigation team, which is made up of two senior forest officers and a deputy fire service officer.
It also has a team of fire marshals who respond to emergency calls in the field and are responsible for keeping the fire contained.
The Forest Service also has an information centre where residents can ask questions about forest fires and help them to identify where to find help.
A fire safety awareness team also exists and can provide information on how to protect oneself from fire.
“I feel like they want us to be scared of something, or that there’s no way we’re going to survive.” “
It’s like they’re not even aware that it’s going on,” she said.
“I feel like they want us to be scared of something, or that there’s no way we’re going to survive.”
In a recent update to its forest fire safety program, the forestry department said it is working on developing a new training tool that would allow residents to share their experiences with the agency.
“If you or anyone you know has experienced an incident, we ask that you call us at 1-800-222-1222 to speak with a trained member of our forest fire team,” it said.