Rain has helped crews tame a forest fire that has been burning north of Prince Albert in Saskatchewan.
A spokeswoman for the Environment Department says the blaze is now being held, although she cautions there are still some hot spots.
About 50 firefighters are still on the ground near Redwing, where 50 to 60 homes had to be evacuated when the flames first roared to life on Monday.
Residents have been allowed to return.
Officials have deemed the fire accidental as it appears to have ignited in a garage and destroyed the nearby house.