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August 2007- ONTARIO - The city of Kitchener, Ont., has taken a unique approach
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June 2007- BRITISH COLUMBIA - Rebecca Denlinger knows well the challenges of being a minority in the fire service.
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June 2007 - Saskatchewan - The 57th annual Saskatchewan Association of Fire Chiefs’ conference was hosted by...
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June 2007 - NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR - On April 1, Newfoundland and Labrador adopted the 2006 Edition...
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June 2007 - NEW BRUNSWICK - Benoit Laroche, New Brunswick’s acting fire marshal since June 2005, has been appointed fire marshal.
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May 2007- Alberta - In late February, Fire Chief Dwight Osbaldeston announced management’s approved five-year strategic plan.
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May 2007- Alberta - Through an innovative new partnership, the Calgary Roughnecks and Calgary Fire Department have teamed up
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March 2007 - Alberta - Calgary arson police officers say they could be without their firefighter partners for up to a year due to staffing shortages.
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March 2007 - Grande Prairie, Alta., fire fighters have asked the city’s protective services committee to give official recognition of an annual remembrance parade
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March 2007 - B.C. - The Richmond, B.C., fire department has been given the thumbs up by politicians to favour women and visible minorities when hiring.
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March 2007 - The Village of Bamfield (B.C.) Volunteer Fire Department under the direction of Fire Chief Mark J. Kelly has finished construction of the new Bamfield Volunteer Fire Department’s East Hall.
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February 2007- Manitoba - On Wed. Feb. 14, 2007, beneath the extended ladders of two fire trucks and a giant Canadian flag
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February 2007 - B.C. - Harassment and discrimination claims from a female fire fighter against the City of Richmond and several of her colleagues have been thrown out of B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver.
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February 2007 - Manitoba - A smouldering cigarette mistakenly thought to have been butted out caused a blaze that killed two veteran fire captains in February, says Manitoba’s fire commissioner.
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November 2006 - NOVA SCOTIA - Fire Chief Serge Tremblay of the Montreal fire service has been named Canada’s Full-time Fire Chief of the Year.
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November 2006 - NOUVELLE-éCOSSE - HALIFAX (17 août 2006) : Le Directeur Serge Tremblay des services d’incendie de Montréal a été élu Chef permanent de l’année au Canada.
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November 2006 - RICHMOND, B.C. (CP) – Women fire fighters in Richmond, B.C., have endured years of harassment at work, veteran mediator Vince Ready says in a report released Sept. 22.
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September 2006 - NEW WESTMINSTER – B.C. Fire Commissioner David Hodgins recently registered as the first student in Canada’s first and only bachelor degree in fire and safety.
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September 2006 - YUKON - Charges have been stayed against Yellowknife Fire Chief Michael Beauchamp stemming from a fatal fire that claimed the life of two fire fighters, the Calgary Herald reported in July.

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