Fire Fighting in Canada This Week
In the latest episode ofFire Fighting in Canada This Week: A former first responder says more needs to be done to help firefighters deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Then, more than 200 young men and women are learning what it takes to join the B.C. Wildfire Service. And finally, take a look at Sean Cairns’ latest article on prevention in the May issue ofFire Fighting in Canada.
In the latest episode ofFire Fighting in Canada This Week: The Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs held its annual conference and trade show in Mississauga. Then, recent fires are underscoring the need to evacuate in Ottawa neighbourhoods. And finally, take a look at Fire Chief Matt Pegg’s latest Leadership Forum column.
Red Deer Emergency Services in Alberta is recognized for being the only department in the world with four accreditations in fire and medical services. Then, a B.C. man is ordered to pay half a million dollars to cover the cost of a 2012 fire. And finally, get ready for our newest podcast launching this Monday featuring the National Fire Protection Association’s Canadian Regional Director, Shayne Mintz and a talk about challenges the legalization of cannabis brings to the fire service.
Grass fires in Cape Breton are continuing to frustrate firefighters. Then, a fast-moving grass fire that posed a risk to three communities in Saskatchewan has been contained. And finally, take a look at public fire and life-safety officer Samantha Hoffmanns’ latest First Line column on patience and persistence.
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.
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.
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