Link to article: Wainfleet fire chief Lee Smith leaves post Port Colborne Leader Wainfleet’s interim fire chief Lee Smith, has left his post with the township just a month after he convinced township politicians to approve hiring a deputy... Read more >
Link to article: Mental health support ‘crucial’ for Humboldt crash first responders Global News Among the sorrow, there has been support. For the families of the Humboldt Broncos, the community and the first responders who were on the... Read more >
Link to article: Two killed in fire at Surrey home growing legal medical marijuana Global News A fire at a Surrey home that was legally growing medical marijuana has claimed two lives. Firefighters were called to a home at 9488 163rd Street on... Read more >
Link to article: Council eyeing 'firemedic' option Sudbury Star Council will consider this week a provincial pilot project to introduce firemedics into the city’s emergency response landscape. “The province’s plan involves... Read more >
Link to article: Fire prevention grant for Cornwall Fire Services Cornwall Newswatch Cornwall Fire Services has received a $5,000 grant to help with spreading the message of fire prevention. A representative from FM Global, a Rhode Island-based... Read more >
Link to article: Some Neighbourhoods Set to Receive Free Smoke Alarms in Brampton InBrampton.com Recently, Brampton Fire and Emergency Services (BFES) identified the three neighbourhoods that have the most fires in Brampton: Armbro Heights in the... Read more >
Link to article: OFM investigates fire at halal meat shop in Mississauga, firefighter injured CBC News Ontario's Office of the Fire Marshal is investigating a fire at a halal meat shop in Mississauga early Saturday that left one firefighter... Read more >
Link to article: North Bay resident states compelling case for home sprinkler systems North Bay Nippissing News On the cold winter night that my 24-year-old sister Frances last lay down to sleep, she never realized she had spent her last day on... Read more >
Link to article: Proposed firefighter training could make recruitment difficult in Caledon Caledon Enterprise The province is considering new legislation that could make it more difficult for towns like Caledon to fill their volunteer firefighting... Read more >
Link to article: Tenants still out of damaged apartment building Kingston Whig-Standard The 80 tenants of a Division Street apartment building which had part of its roof torn off by high winds on Wednesday will be without their home for a few more... Read more >