The Departments of Forests and Geology was out on Saturday trying to answer questions that have been lingering for weeks: Is it a volcano? Is it a biblical burning bush? Or is it just a plain, old forest fire near the Sleeping Giant Mountain range? An initial assessment has concluded and we now know that it was not any kind of volcanic activity; it’s a slow-burning fire. Here is our News Editor, Dale McDougall for a look at the details.
When the teams visited on Saturday, the area affected was approximately one hundred meters long and forty meters wide.