On June 23, 2012 FPInnovations carried out its first survival zone test in standing timber at the Canadian Boreal Community FireSmart project site in the Northwest Territories. A circular survival zone, 50 m in diameter was constructed by removing or burning fuels, which left an opening of grass and small shrubs to simulate the survival zone. The zone was instrumented with sensors and cameras, which recorded temperature, heat flux (kW/m2) and carbon monoxide concentration along six transects. Rate-of-spread data-loggers were placed in two lines outside the opening running in a SE to NW direction (which was the direction of the burn). The fire was ignited at 16:07 and ran 40 m in standing timber before it hit the plot in the SE corner. This report documents the fire behaviour and the data collected inside the plot.