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Blaze guts mobile home
April 25, 2012, Belmont, N.S. - Eight cats and dogs died in a fire that gutted a mobile home in Belmont Tuesday night. CBC News reports.
Pizza shop fire causes $90,000 in damage
April 25, 2012, Ottawa - An overnight fire at a pizza place in Kanata has caused $90,000 in damages. The Ottawa Citizen reports.
Death toll in sawmill fire rises to two
April 25, 2012, Prince George, B.C. - A second worker has been confirmed dead after an explosion and fire at the Lakeland sawmill in Prince George, B.C., earlier this week. CBC News reports.
Deaths in Regina fire lead to charges
April 25, 2012, Regina - A man has been charged with criminal negligence causing death in relation to a fire in Regina which was initially described as accidental. CBC News reports.
Fire erupts in abandoned Saint John building
April 25, 2012, Saint John, N.B. - Saint John firefighters are battling a fire that started around 3:00 a.m. Wednesday morning in the abandoned Lyric Theatre building. CBC News reports.
Woman injured in Ottawa apartment fire
April 25, 2012, Ottawa - A 20-year-old woman was taken to hospital to be treated for burns to her body following a fire at an apartment in Ottawa’s east end Wednesday morning. The Ottawa Citizen reports.
Million-dollar fire destroys Winnipeg home
April 25, 2012, Winnipeg - The city's arson strike force is searching for the cause of a million-dollar blaze in Crescentwood after two homes caught fire Tuesday morning. The Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Quick action by Mounties helps save two people from fire
April 24, 2012, Cranbrook, B.C. - The quick action of the Mounties helped save the lives to two people when a fire broke out in a building in Cranbrook, B.C., Monday night.
Climate, vandals change forest-fire pattern
April 24, 2011, Toronto - Though it may not seem like it, the number of forest and grass fires in Canada has been on the decline, but fire watchers say the season is starting earlier and fire departments need to be ready sooner to tackle these blazes.
April 24, 2012 - Looks like Vince MacKenzie (Grand Falls-Windsor, N.L.) was officially the last fire chief to arrive home from Indianapolis, having landed at about noon Monday in Gander after his 11 p.m. flight from Halifax was cancelled Sunday night due to, ahem, crew issues.