Fire Fighting in Canada

Comment: What a year

November 30, 2020 
By Laura Aiken

The December issue of Fire Fighting in Canada has arrived. When we meet again on these pages we’ll have popped the champagne cork on 2021. It’s been quite the year.

Fire Fighting in Canada would like to sign off 2020 with a roll call of gratitude, a sentiment shining extra bright through the holiday season. There is nothing we take for granted about the wonderful readership and supportive clients we serve. Thank you for your time spent with us this year. We hope that you’ve been well informed by the ink on these pages and the accompanying digital content we provide.

Our contributors are the backbone of the editorial operation, and I am continually delighted with the candor and insights shared by our writers. Thank you to everyone who wrote for Fire Fighting in Canada in 2020. Your words have formed a story of the fire service during a historic time. Thank you for your ongoing commitment to sharing your observations and knowledge with the fire service through Fire Fighting in Canada.

This year Fire Fighting in Canada hosted its first Virtual Summit, a success championed by our presenters, sponsors and audience. We will be hosting another Virtual Summit in 2021. Our sister publication, Canadian Firefighter, plans to return to the live event scene with its annual Training Day. This edition comes with our annual wall calendar and planner, and I know we are all hoping to keep our live event dates and gather safely again in the near future.


Thank you, dear reader, for spending your time with us through this most unusual year together. The team at Fire Fighting in Canada wishes you and yours a very merry and bright holiday filled with much love and peace. Cheers!

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