The Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs has elected their 2019 Executive Committee and President

November 22, 2018 - At the Annual General Meeting, the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs has elected their 2019 Executive Committee and President

 
Executive Committee

President, Fire Chief Cynthia Ross Tustin, Essa Township Fire Department
Executive Vice President, Fire Chief Richard Arnel, Essex Fire and Rescue Services
Vice President, Fire Chief Mark Berney, Township of Scugog Fire and Emergency Services
Vice President, Fire Chief Bill Boyes, Brampton Fire and Emergency Services
Vice President, Deputy Chief Chad Brown, Peterborough Fire Services
Vice President, Fire Chief Rob Grimwood, Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire and Emergency Services
Past President, Fire Chief Stephen Hernen, Huntsville Fire Department

Directors

Fire Chief John Hay, Thunder Bay Fire Rescue
Deputy Chief Paul Hutt, Ottawa Fire Services
Deputy Chief Jeremy Parkin, Rama Fire and Rescue Service
Fire Chief Mark MacDonald, Belleville Fire and Emergency Services
Fire Chief Deryn Rizzi, Vaughan Fire and Rescue Services
Fire Chief Jason Whiteley, North Bay Fire and Emergency Services
 
If you have any questions about the 2019 OAFC Board of Directors Elections, please contact Richard Boyes, Executive Director by email to richard.boyes@oafc.on.ca or by phone at 905-426-9865 x223.
 

The Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs mission is to lead innovation and excellence in public and life safety.  To achieve this, we provide a recognized, authoritative voice for all matters relating to the management and delivery of fire and emergency services in Ontario.  We work cooperatively with the provincial government, key stakeholders, and other organizations to promote excellence and innovation in the areas of education and training, legislation and public policy, fire and membership services. We are the trusted policy advisor to the provincial government, key stakeholders and media  on matters relating to public and firefighter safety.

The Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs represents the chief fire officers of the 448 municipal fire departments in the Province of Ontario.  These chief officers are ultimately responsible, by statute, for the management and delivery of fire, rescue, and emergency response to the 13 million residents of Ontario.