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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:  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.



In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, volunteer departments will be exempt from some provisions in Ontario’s fair workplace legislation, firefighters received bravery awards in Ottawa, and a mental health expert explains the difference between PTSD and other mental health issues.

In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, an Alberta firefighter receives a bravery award, the Winnipeg paramedics’ union is asking the City to pay damages after its fire chief breached workplace policies, and a British Columbia department is using a holistic health program to keep firefighters in top shape.

In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, Ontario fire departments are wearing red epaulettes to raise awareness for first responder mental health, a man has been charged with murder and arson after a suspicious fire killed two near the Acadian Peninsula, and Fire Fighting in Canada’s trucks columnist Chris Dennis explains how NFPA standards help departments stay on top of maintenance.
In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a fire at a Hamilton hospital displaces nearly one hundred patients, fire fighting equipment was stolen from a volunteer department in New Brunswick, and Canadian Firefighter columnist Chad Roberts discusses best practices for patient care.
In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a fiery 14-vehicle crash on Highway 400 killed three people, Oakville firefighters break two world records at an international competition in Kentucky, and Canadian Firefighter columnist Jason Clark discusses the challenges of meeting fire service expectations.
In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a Newfoundland fire chief says a fire at his department’s training facility was caused by arson, a northern Ontario municipality is calling on the province to reconsider a proposed bill that would raise volunteer firefighter costs, and Canadian Firefighter columnist Tim Llewellyn explains a more efficient method to staying low in smoky scenes.

In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, department and union leadership in Surrey, B.C., are using a pay incentive program to drive performance, Newfoundland firefighters are taking a different approach to incidents involving people with autism, and Canadian Firefighter columnist Arjuna George looks back on two decades in the fire service.
In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, a group of Edmonton firefighters returned home from Ukraine after providing equipment to first responders, departments across the country celebrated Fire Prevention Week with activities and contests, and Surrey, B.C., Chief Len Garis says fire service leaders should consider taking online training for data-driven decision-making. 
In today’s episode of Fire Fighting in Canada This Week, Vancouver fire crews battled a massive fire near the city’s Olympic Village, volunteer firefighters in Sudbury, Ont., are facing disciplinary action over criticizing proposed changes to the city’s fire service, and Fire Fighting in Canada columnist Samantha Hoffmann says departments should consider a more adult approach to public education. 
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