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Niche TV Host Justin Bellmore has all of your latest fire fighting news!
In this episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a new Memorial Grant Program supports first responder families, the B.C. government recognizes a First Nation as a partner in wildfire response, and the Oak Bay Fire Department talks health and wellness in the third installment of a 5-part feature series.
In this episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a firefighters’ union in Sudbury says it has reached a new deal with the city, a retired London firefighter details harassment allegations, and Fire Fighting in Canada columnist David Moseley details about how firefighters use bulldozers to fight flames.

In this episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, Firefighter Training Day is now in partnership with the OAFC, hundreds of volunteer firefighters in Central Kootenay district will now be paid, and columnist Tom DeSorcy talks about the importance of volunteers stepping up when wildfires strike as Fire Fighting in Canada wraps up Wildfire Week.
Description: Niche TV Host Justin Bellmore has all of your fire industry news! In this week’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week,  a University of Fraser Valley study finds firefighters are twice as likely to die of cancer than an average person, Sault Ste. Marie increases minimum staff requirements following a risk assessment, and Chief Chris Harrow addresses the debate on white versus blue shirts.
In this episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a survey by Insights West shows that fire fighters have the approval of 92 per cent of Canadians, the Firehall Forum website gets a facelift, and Fire Fighting in Canadacolumnist Gord Schreiner speaks to the benefits of having career-long call signs.
In this episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, more than 30 volunteer firefighters in Dryden, Ontario are continuing to withhold their services, despite passing the City’s ultimatum deadline last Friday and Fire Fighting in Canada’s mental health expert Nick Halmasy tells us why exercise is one of the best ways to combat stress.
Niche TV Host Justin Bellmore has all of your latest fire fighting news! In this episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a firefighter training program is addressing fire safety in First Nations communities, the City of Winnipeg is being forced to pay more than $100,000 for a fire-paramedic chief’s breach of workplace policy, and Toronto Fire Chief Matt Pegg talks about five ways firefighters can destroy their career.
Niche TV Host Justin Bellmore has all of your latest fire fighting news! In this week’s episode: The Nova Scotia fire marshal releases the cause of a fatal fire that killed four children while acknowledging improvements are needed in public communication, the touching story of the Toronto Professional Fire Fighters’ Association donating $1000 to a couple who lost their belongings in a house fire, and then Fire Fighting in Canada columnist Tanya Bettridge explains why she thinks public education should be department led.
Niche TV Host Justin Bellmore has all of your latest fire fighting news! In this episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, columnist Ed Brouwer has tips for today’s firefighters facing new challenges, a veteran and firefighter overcomes his PTSD with the help of training for the Invictus Games, and the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs met to discuss labour challenges, diversity and changes to provincial work legislation.
Niche TV Host Justin Bellmore has all of your latest fire fighting news!
In this episode of Fire Fighting in 
Canada This Week:  the Auditor General’s report suggests that Ontario’s emergency planning needs an update, the fire department in Elizabethtown-Kitley wants to opt out of the Ontario Naloxone Program, and an Alberta firefighter has created a coffee company to help support first responders struggling with PTSD.















In this week’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, Chief Coroner Dirk Huyer is starting an investigation into First Nations house fires, Jim Sawkins is out as Inuvik’s fire chief, and Sarnia firefighters will now carry naloxone kits to help tackle opioid overdoses.
On this week’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a judge rules assistant fire Chief Kerry Klonteig was wrongfully fired, St. John’s church in Cardinal, Ont., is making preparations for its ‘First Responders United’ program, and Brampton fire Chief Bill Boyes talks modern day responsibilities.
On this week’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week: The body of Earl Strong, Toronto acting Fire Captain, was found in Sturgeon Lake following a snowmobile accident Saturday. Three Firefighters from the small town of Grande Cache, Alta., go to Belize and Colombia to train emergency workers and first responders. AndCanadian Firefightercolumnist Chad Roberts highlights new ways that extrication teams can approach car accidents.
On this week’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, Fire officials call for indoor sprinkler systems to combat house fires, Wounded Warriors Canada raises over $10,000 in Ontario for first responders and veterans suffering from operational stress injuries, and Canadian Firefighter columnist Jason Clark speaks on how important it is for retiring fire service members to leave valuable lessons behind for young recruits.
In this week’s episode of Fire fighting in Canada This Week, a house fire in Nova Scotia kills four children, the Winnipeg Fire Union President faces scrutiny over un-approved visit from the Prime Minister, and the story of troubled youngsters setting fires with gasoline in Regina.
In today’s episode ofFire Fighting in Canada This Week, Edmonton Fire Chief Ken Block says that Canada is five years behind the U.S. standard when it comes to being ready for disaster. A fire destroyed a bridal shop in Nova Scotia that was once a fire hall. And, firefighter Mark van der Feyst offers important tips for proper ground ladder use.
In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, Vancouver Fire worked with construction crews to ensure the world’s tallest wood building has top safety measures, Mississauga firefighters will be the first in Canada to train with a state-of-the-art hydrant, and a streamlined training program helped a Nova Scotia department retain volunteers.
In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a Northwest Territories First Nation is reviving its fire department, California firefighters leave a kind note for a resident after saving her home from wildfires, andFire Fighting in Canadacolumnist Bill Boyes says aspiring chiefs need administrative training to keep up with increasing demands.
In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, at least 40 firefighters resign over municipal leadership concerns, provincial and municipal governments respond to Canada’s opioid crisis, and Fire Fighting in Canada columnist Tom DeSorcy says firefighters learned valuable lessons through wildfire response.

In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a nuclear power company is now in charge of fire services for a small Ontario town, a firefighter accused of sexual assault is back in custody on a separate charge, and Fire Fighting in Canada columnist Gord Schreiner explains how firefighters can stand out in their department.



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