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Elliot Lake mall collapse report to be public during trial
July 28, 2014, Ottawa, Ont. - A discredited former engineer has lost his bid to keep parts of a report into the deadly collapse of a northern Ontario mall secret until after his criminal trial. The Canadian Press reports.
Hot weather in B.C. sparks reminders of forest fire prevention
July 28, 2014, Vancouver, B.C. - A return to hot, dry weather has put firefighters in B.C. on high alert for wildfires, but they're also battling to get out the message that many fires can be prevented. The Canadian Press reports.
From the Floor
jay-shawJuly 28, 2014, Winnipeg - My son has just informed me that he wants to fight fire for a living. I quickly countered that he should try to get into the senate, but he just starred at me and said, Huh?
Two firefighters injured battling industrial fire
July 28, 2014, Calgary - Two firefighters were injured Friday night battling a three-alarm industrial blaze in Calgary’s southeast. The Calgary Sun reports.
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Winnipeg man dies in suspicious highrise blaze
July 28, 2014, Winnipeg - A man is reportedly dead following a suspicious fire in a downtown apartment tower that police are said to be investigating as a homicide. The Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Woman without vital signs pulled form Newmarket fire
July 28, 2014, Toronto - An elderly woman is in hospital after being pulled from an apartment fire without vital signs in Newmarket Monday morning. Global News reports.
Millville village hall, fire station destroyed in blaze
July 28, 2014, Millville, N.B. - The Millville village hall and fire station have been destroyed by an early morning fire. CBC News reports.
Cigarettes cause hundreds of fires: CAFC president
July 28, 2014, Ottawa - Improperly discarded cigarettes are the cause of hundreds of fires every year, Stephen Gamble, the president of the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs, estimates. CBC News reports.
Heat wave concerns B.C. firefighters
July 28, 2014, Vancouver - Firefighters in British Columbia are concerned another heat wave will spark more fires across the province. Castanet.net reports.
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