The outdoor fire ban for forest land in all regions of Labrador is ending midnight Tuesday, according to the provincial government.
Forestry officials with the Department of Natural Resources said they have determined that current weather and forest conditions warrant lifting the ban.
The decision means there is no longer a restriction on open fires, campfires, fireworks, and backyard fires (including backyard fire pits and beach fires).
A permit is still required to burn brush.
The province brought in a ban on outdoor fires in western Labrador nearly a month ago.
Labrador has been plagued by a series of forest fires since late June.
They led to a state of emergency and an evacuation alert being declared for Wabush.