There are now four separate wildfires burning in the Northwest according to the BC Wildfire Service.

The largest, which is now 16 hectares in size, is believed to be human-caused. It was discovered Sunday 34 kilometres from Kispiox Rd. along Upper Kispiox Rd.

Two more were discovered today just north of Kispiox as well. One of them is 3.5 hectares in size at the Potatoe Patch.

And the fourth one, just north of Kitwanga, was discovered today, too. There’s no information on its cause or size.

None of the fires are ‘fires of note,’ according to the BC Wildfire Service.