Plus: Details on Shayne Mintz’s Fire Fighting in Canada column on how the NFPA can help departments promote residential fire sprinklers.
Plus: hear from columnist Jay Shaw on the challenge of choosing the right service model.
Plus: a look into the delicious details in firefighter/chef Patrick Mathieu’s Canadian Firefighter column on building a better sandwich.
In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, host Tamar Atik covers the announcement of federal funding for a project to create a national fire database; Calgary firefighters mourning the loss of one of their colleagues; and concerns in Labrador for a community that says it no longer has the means to fight fires.
Plus: a look into the July cover story of Canadian Firefighter that explores how drones are being used in the fire service, and who’s using them.
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B.C. Fire Training Officers’ Association Conference
May 25-30, 2019
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June 2-3, 2019
International Association of Fire Chiefs Fire-Rescue Med
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