New Wainfleet fire Chief Morgan Alcock pledges open-door approach Niagara This Week.com New Wainfleet fire Chief Morgan Alcock is pledging he’ll implement an open-door policy for council members, township staff and members of the public.... Read more >
Northern fire update Monday, August 20 CTV News Northern Ontario Monday afternoon the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry issued an update on the fores fire situation. The number of active forest fires has dropped to 37 across... Read more >
Puslinch Fire and Rescue Services Media Release Dry Fire Hydrant Identification   PUSLINCH – All of the 100 Dry (Non-Pressurized) Hydrants used for fire suppression by Puslinch Fire and Rescue Service within the Township of... Read more >
Timmins campus designated as fire college training centre Timmins Daily Press Northern College has entered into a partnership with the Ontario Fire College (OFC) to become a Regional Training Centre (RTC) for fire and emergency services. This... Read more >
'Slow improvement' expected in northwestern Ontario air quality, weather forecasters say CBC.ca Environment Canada says, despite continuing air quality advisories in northwestern Ontario Sunday, relief from the smoky conditions in western... Read more >
2 taken to hospital for smoke inhalation after Orangeville fire Orangeville.com Orangeville’s fire chief is urging citizens to ensure they have working smoke alarms after two people were taken to hospital following a kitchen fire in town.... Read more >
Fire code charges pending following recent blaze The Woodstock Sentinel Review Charges are pending against a Woodstock homeowner following a structure fire where it was determined their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms did not meet Ontario fire... Read more >
MPP: Arthur Tim Hortons’ fire illustrates need for legislation The Wellington Advertiser QUEEN’S PARK - Perth-Wellington MPP Randy Pettapiece believes that although there was no loss of life in a July 21 fire at Tim Hortons in Arthur,... Read more >
Smoked out: City ponders changes to backyard fire bylaw The Sarnia Journal A woman who says the rules surrounding backyard campfires in Sarnia are too lax has found an ally in Sarnia’s fire chief. Sue-Ellin Lumsden told council in a letter... Read more >
Line of Duty ceremony to be held for Topliffe CTV News.ca A retired Windsor firefighter is being remembered for his dedication to the community. Charles Douglas Topliffe, fondly remembered as “Topper”, passed away on Monday after a... Read more >