Melissa daMota

Melissa daMota

Fire Fighting in Canadaassociate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode ofFire Fighting in Canada This Week: Timmins, Ont., names new fire chief. Then, the Oakville Fire Auto Extrication Team is selected to compete in France. And finally, take a look at some of the new articles published in the May issue of Fire Fighting in Canada.
In the latest episode ofFire Fighting in Canada This Week: The North Bay Professional Fire Fighters Association has ratified a new collective agreement with the City of North Bay, Ontario. Then, Saskatchewan introduces a volunteer firefighter tax credit. And finally, Fire Chief Tom DeSorcy shares in his March Volunteer Vision column why fire leaders should think outside the box.
Fire Fighting in Canadaassociate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode ofFire Fighting in Canada This Week: Nova Scotia departments implement safety measures after a tragic training incident. Then, Richard Boyes is retiring as executive director of the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs. And finally, take a look at Fire Chief Gord Schreiner’s article on the sacrifices firefighters need to make to excel.
Firefighters should brace for more forest and wildland blazes across Canada in future years because it will be the new norm as climate change takes hold. Wildland fire experts and ecologists warn that wildfires will likely become more widespread and destruction will become more severe during the summer months in Canada.
Fire Fighting in Canadaassociate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode ofFire Fighting in Canada This Week: The Stoney Nakoda Fire Department in Alberta is no longer responding to emergency calls. Then, select Ontario fire and rescue teams are granted $15,000 for new equipment. And finally, tune into our latest podcast launching Monday, April 1 called the New Norm.
Fire Fighting in Canadaassociate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode ofFire Fighting in Canada This Week: An Ontario firefighters’ union raises concerns over strategic planning process. Then, the 2019 application period for MSA’s annual Globe Gear Giveaway is now open. And finally, take a look at an article in our March issue about why some firefighters say in-home sprinklers should be installed in every home.
Fire Fighting in Canadaassociate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode ofFire Fighting in Canada This Week: The City of Fredericton has a new fire chief. Then, Corner Brook, N.L.’s, fire department revises their out-of-jurisdiction response policy. And finally, check out how a Toronto firefighter captures stories and personal experiences of those within the fire service on camera.
Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: Psychology researcher receives federal funding for PTSI project. Then, Halifax fire chief says their department needs a new fireboat. And finally, take a look at some of the great new articles in the March issue of Fire Fighting in Canada magazine.
Twenty-eight years ago, at the age of 14, Tyler Pelke, deputy fire chief at the City of Red Deer Emergency Services in Alberta, went through a horrific ordeal. An assailant murdered his friend, assaulted Tyler, slit his throat, threw a blanket on him, doused it with gas, set him on fire and left him to die.
Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: Ontario’s new fire marshal wants to promote safety and diversity. Then, former fire chief files a lawsuit against City of Vernon. And finally, get ready to tune in to our latest podcast dropping on March 4 titled “A Story of Resilience” featuring Tyler Pelke.
Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: Stipends are available to Canadian departments for organizing fire and sprinkler burn demonstrations. Then, the Cape Breton Regional Fire Service in Nova Scotia seeks a smaller budget. And finally, read firefighter Mark van der Feyst talk about the importance of regularly inspecting your personal protection equipment in an article from our latest issue of Fire Fighting in Canada magazine.
Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: Firefighters in Collingwood, Ont., get charged up with new tech. Then, Fredericton, N.B., fire chief announces his retirement. And finally, hear the fire chief of Ottawa’s response to several tornados that touched down in the area last September.
Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: Quebec chiefs sound alarm over a potential firefighter shortage. Then, Oshawa firefighters in Ontario demand the city take action on a report. And finally, Shaw Spotlight produced a video profile on Ted Blight, a volunteer firefighter who served for more than five decades.

Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: Prince Edward Island extends presumptive coverage to firefighters and fire inspectors. Former Port Dover, Ont., Fire Chief Gary Spragg is re-instated as a volunteer. And finally, registration is now open for the 2019 Security, Police, Fire Career Expo.

Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: Electric and hybrid cars come with a learning curve for firefighters in Saskatchewan. All lanes on Hwy 401 were closed over the weekend after a tractor trailer rolled over and spilled jet fuel. And finally, take a look at the Top 10 achievements in 2018 of the CAFC’s written by CAFC director Tina Saryeddine.
Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: Division at the Enderby fire department in British Columbia leads to an investigation. Then the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs is hoping to prevent barn fires that destroy farm buildings and kill livestock. And Finally, columnist Ed Brouwer shares on pocket tools firefighters shouldn’t be caught without.

Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: A new study shows that firefighters continue to experience frequent nonfatal injuries. Then, a Nova Scotia inspection finds all but two hydrants in the village of Baddeck working. And finally, a deputy fire chief at the Fort Erie Fire Department in Ontario, is working with other emergency services to raise awareness of human trafficking in Canada.

Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: Singapore researchers are turning plastic bottle waste into an ultralight material with potential fire-service applications. Then, as 2018 draws to an end, we revisit some top news stories and events from within this year’s fire service industry.

Fire Fighting in Canada associate editor Jayson Koblun has all of your latest fire fighting industry news! In the latest episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: Evacuation notices have been lifted in a few small Alberta communities, then volunteer firefighters are questioning why they were ousted from the fire department they helped build in New Brunswick, and finally, Kirk Hughes writes about what municipal councils and fire departments need to think about when considering regionalization, in the December issue of Fire Fighting in Canada.
An explosion and fire destroyed a house in early December in north Edmonton. Then, the Ontario Fire Marshal's office says enough volunteer firefighters remain in Gogama, Ont., for service to continue even after several resignations. And finally, editor Grant Cameron shares in our December issue how the legalization of cannabis in Canada will affect the fire service financially.
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