Fire Fighting in Canada This Week
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.
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: Vernon, B.C., firefighters have a new contract. Then, a Six Nations fire station in Ontario is closed indefinitely after an elaborate break-in. And Finally, Fire Chief Gord Schreiner shares in Fire Fighting in Canada’s StopBad column why firefighters need to be constantly training.

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: The entire volunteer fire department in Gogama, Ont., submitted resignations. Then check out an article in our December issue of Fire Fighting in Canada by Sara Wegwitz on destressing and finally, take a sneak peek at our latest podcast launching this Monday, Dec. 3 on a new Canadian study called, Determinants of Injury and Death in Canadian Firefighters: A Case for a National Firefighter Wellness Surveillance System.

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: Unionized firefighters say the Terrace, B.C., fire department is understaffed and they’re concerned it won’t be able to maintain a safe and effective response to calls. Then the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs (OAFC) is applauding the provincial government for introducing legislation that will allow full-time firefighters to volunteer as firefighters in their communities, and the latest issue of FFIC hits shelves soon. Our cover story: Jeremy Inglis, 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: The Brantford, Ont., fire department is helping honour those who served in the First World War by placing photographs of 22 local veterans on a fire truck. Then Brownsburg-Chatham, Que., terminates seven new firefighters and chief instructor and columnist Ed Brouwer shares in the November issue of Fire Fighting in Canada his thoughts on why good trainers are always learning and honing their skills.

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