The City of Burlington has lifted its longest running open-air burn ban.
This follows some relief in the way of rainfall over the last 48 hours.
Chief Fire Prevention Officer Joe Wintar says cooler temperatures also contributed to the decision.
Residents in designated burning areas with open air burning permits can resume controlled brush burning and recreational fires.
The use of charcoal barbecues at designated picnic areas in city parks is also allowed.
The Towns of Grimsby, Lincoln and West Lincoln have also lifted open air burning bans which had been put in place during weeks of hot and dry weather conditions.