A jet from the Canadian air force's Snowbirds exhibition team crashed into a residential neighborhood in the city of Kamloops northeast of Vancouver on Sunday after the pilot ejected.
The air force confirmed on Twitter that one of its Snowbirds had crashed, but gave no details.
Local media reported at least one house was on fire in a neighborhood in Kamloops, a city with a population of more than 90,000.
The crash was the second recent accident involving the Snowbirds. One of the team's jets fell into an unpopulated area last October before a show in Atlanta, after the pilot ejected.