A fire advisory put in place late last week for the Grande Prairie wildfire management area remains in place, according to officials with Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development. A lack of precipitation, which has led to very dry fuels such as grass and leaves, was the reason behind the advisory. It means no new fire permits are being issued for heavy fuel or machine-piled brush pile burning. The wildfire hazard for the region remains moderate. There have been 14 wildfires in the region so far this year.