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Don't forget to turn your clocks back this weekend Durham Region.com Daylight time ends early Sunday morning. As part of your routine it is recommended by fire services that you change the batteries in your carbon monoxide detectors. For more... Read more >
Landlord charged by West Perth Fire Department BlackburnNews.com A landlord in Mitchell has learned that buying a couple of smoke alarms is a lot cheaper than being fined for failing to install and maintain them. The West Perth Fire Department... Read more >
Second victim dies after Thunder Bay trailer fire Tbnewswatch.com THUNDER BAY — A mobile home fire in rural Thunder Bay last Sunday in which an adult male died at the scene has also claimed a woman's life. Investigator Mike Rushton of... Read more >
South Bruce Peninsula fire victim's condition now serious The Owen Sound Sun Times The condition of a 17-year-old boy has been upgraded from life-threatening to serious after a house fire in South Bruce Peninsula on Tuesday morning. The... Read more >
Beat the silent killer: Prevent carbon monoxide (CO) in your home The Review.ca Ontario’s Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week runs from November 1 to 7, and The Nation Fire Department reminds you to prevent carbon monoxide (CO) in your home by... Read more >
Evacuation order lifted in Renfrew following fire, gas leak InsideOttawaValley.com The evacuation order issued by police following a house fire on Mary Street in Renfrew that took place on the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct. 30, was lifted Tuesday... Read more >
Fire Chief Ron Morden says new hires have slashed evening response times Orangeville Citizen Three months after hiring eight new full-time firefighters, the Orangeville Fire Department is stronger than ever and now meets industry standards for... Read more >
Halloween safety tips for parents and youngsters BlackburnNews.com Halloween is a fun time for youngsters, but it can also be dangerous. The Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs has set out guidelines for safety this Halloween.   Costumes... Read more >
Industrial site earmarked for southeast London fire station London Free Press A new station to serve the city’s growing southeast could soon be built in an industrial park north of Highway 401. “The purpose of this station is to deal... Read more >
Northern College opens emergency services complex Northern Ontario Business Northern College in Timmins marked the opening of its $19.2-million Integrated Emergency Services Complex on Oct. 30. The new, 40,000-square-foot building houses the... Read more >