Crews continue to patrol several wildfires throughout N.B.
**Updated at 1:56 p.m. Monday**
Firefighters continued to monitor nearly a dozen wildfires throughout the province on New Brunswick Day.
Shawn Berry, spokesperson for the Department of Energy and Resource Development, said Monday morning that no fires are listed as out of control.
"Firefighters continue to focus on extinguishing fires reported over the weekend," Berry said in an emailed statement.
A fire that started Sunday in a peat bog in Saint-Paul, northwest of Moncton, is considered under control as of Monday, according to the latest fire activity report on the New Brunswick Forest Fire Watch website.
Nine other fires throughout the province are classified as "being patrolled," including an 8.1-hectare fire south of Riverview that broke out on Saturday.
A fire on the western side of Grand Lake that forced the precautionary evacuation of Camp Rotary on Saturday evening is now considered out, said the report.
This weekend's rainfall allowed the New Brunswick government to ease burning restrictions throughout the province.
After a nearly weeklong fire ban, some burning was allowed between 8 p.m. Sunday and 8 a.m. Monday.
The restriction remained in effect Monday, with burning allowed between 8 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m. Tuesday.
"The ministerial order barring forestry operations between noon and 8 p.m. remains in effect," Berry said.