Incident reports
Written by ANDREW A. SANOJCA
Fire fighters were hampered in their response to a house fire by citizen-vigilantes taking a stand against an alleged drug house on Grand Manan Island, N.B.
Written by Gary Dinkel and William McIntyre
A fast moving fire in a townhouse under construction in the south end of Kitchener, Ont., tested fire fighters.
Written by Laura King, as told by Fire Chief Fred Burrows
As told by Fire Chief Fred Burrows...
‘Career' fire challenges Fort St. John
Written by James Careless
Autobody shop fire illustrates issues with monitoring equipment
Written by Andrew Sanojca
Mix of heavy industry, old neighbourhoods in Saint John, N.B., yields co-operation
Written by Steve Sorensen and Nikki Lewers
On the west coast of Vancouver Island, winter warnings of high winds are not out of the ordinary. However, on Dec. 15, 2006, the same winter storms that devastated Vancouver's famed Stanley Park also wrecked havoc on the Vancouver Island community of Sooke.

Written by Teresa Brown
An off-duty Waterloo Regional Police officer, while driving home from work, called dispatch to report a structure fire at 2356 Snyder's Road East, at the far east side of Wilmot Township in southwestern Ontario.
Written by Assistant Chief Lou Wilde
At 11:27 p.m. on Aug. 29, 2006, the Kelowna Fire Department dispatch centre received multiple 9-1-1 calls reporting a fire on the roof and top floor of the Landmark II building. Three engines, two ladders, a command unit, two safety officers and an assistant chief were dispatched - a total of 16 personnel - which is standard for a report of a structure fire.
Written by Robert Lynch
In September 2005 the west coast of Newfoundland experienced severe flooding because of high rainfall in a relativity short period of time. One of the hardest hit areas was the Town of Stephenville.
Written by Steve Windsor
Delays in reporting a monitored alarm call to the local fire service may have contributed to the loss of a commercial workshop and office recently. At 2 a.m. on Dec. 13, 2004, the Lake Country (B.C.) Fire Department responded to multiple 9-1-1 calls for a structure fire on Okanagan Centre Road. The area where the structure was located is primarily made up of small commercial orchards with one or two residential structures on each property.

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