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Strip mall blaze damages several businesses
March 29, 2011, Nieverville, Man. - A blaze ripped through downtown Niverville Tuesday morning, potentially destroying at least three businesses in the small town about 30 kilometres south of Winnipeg. The Winnipeg Sun reports.
Firefighters battle early start to grass fire season
March 29, 2011, Clarington, Ont. - Despite the chill, grass fire season has officially blazed into Clarington. Durhamregion.com reports.
Search of gutted building could take days
March 29, 2011, Woodstock, Ont. - Officials say it may be several days before all the debris of an apartment building gutted by fire on Sunday has been searched for two people still missing. The Woodstock Sentinel-Review reports.
Fire chief lauded by province
March 29, 2011, Windsor, Ont. - Windsor's fire chief won a round of applause at city hall Monday after receiving recognition from the province. The Windsor Star reports.
Block heater caused industrial blaze
March 29, 2011, London, Ont. - A $2-million fire that damaged three London businesses is being blamed on a block heater in a vehicle next to the building. The London Free Press reports.
Tax credit likely to survive election
March 29, 2011, Fredericton - The idea of a tax credit for volunteer fighters isn't lost just because the country is in the midst of another national election, says the president of the New Brunswick Association of Fire Chiefs. The Daily Gleaner reports.
Rodent may have caused gas station blaze
March 29, 2011, Windsor, Ont. - A rodent could be the culprit behind a weekend fire that gutted a gas station. The Windsor Star reports.
Fire chief fears firebug is on the loose
March 29, 2011, St. Catharines, Ont. - The latest in a rash of arson fires in St. Catharines has the city's fire chief fearful a firebug is on the loose. The St. Catharines Standard reports.
Apartment fire leaves woman in critical condition
March 29, 2011, Windsor, Ont. - A Windsor woman is in critical condition after she was burned in an apartment fire on Monday. The Windsor Star reports.
Yukon firefighters win presumptive legislation
March 28, 2011, Dawson City, Yukon - Yukon firefighters have secured benefits if they suffer from heart attacks or certain types of cancer considered to be job-related. CBC News reports.