UPDATE: 2 p.m.
The Kidd Lake fire is now considered held.
Both blazes that started Sunday evening are not likely spread beyond predetermined boundaries under current conditions.
UPDATE: 11:40 a.m.
The Dillard Forest Service Road fire is now being held.
The blaze is not likely spread beyond predetermined boundaries under current conditions.
The Kidd Lake fire is still considered active.
Two spot fires sparked Sunday night near Highway 5A.
The blazes are both lightning-caused and are about .009 hectares in size.
The first fire was discovered about 6:20 p.m. near Kidd Lake while the second was reported just after 7 p.m. near Dillard Forest Service Road.
There are no evacuation orders or alerts associated with either incident.
BC Wildfire is responding to both blazes.
The fires are located near the Coalmont Road fire which was discovered on July 8 and grew to 10 hectares before being brought under control on July 10.