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Family puts lives back together after house fire The Expositor   Gabe and Tom Drewery are slowly putting their lives back together following a fire Aug. 20 that damaged their home on Ludlow Crescent. Gabe was inside the home late in... Read more >
Fire rips through century home in Tay Township CTV   BARRIE, ONT. -- A Tay Township century home has been ravaged by fire. Firefighters arrived on Monday morning to find smoke and flames coming from the rear of the house and roof. A... Read more >
Nighttime twister confirmed in Point Clark Friday The Sun Times   No one was injured after a tornado packing a maximum wind speed of 130 kilometres per hour blew in off Lake Huron in Point Clark Friday night and forced three families... Read more >
Barrie house fire blamed on unattended cooking CTV   BARRIE, ONT. -- Two people have been temporarily forced out of their east Barrie home by a kitchen fire. Assistant Deputy Fire Chief Carrie Clark says four people were inside the... Read more >
Massive fire causes $3M damage to house on Hwy 10 in Caledon Caledon Enterprise   No one was hurt but a large fire at a home on Highway 10 in Caledon caused about $3 million in damage, said Caledon Fire Service. The large fire started... Read more >
Toddler rescued from burning duplex Sudbury Star   A toddler was lowered from the second floor of a burning building into awaiting arms in the wee hours Sunday. “The residents of the downstairs unit assisted in a rescue of one... Read more >
Callander fire department permanently enforcing bylaws North Bay Nugget   Callander’s fire department is now permanently in charge of bylaw enforcement, which will be carried out by the chief and deputy fire chief. The... Read more >
House destroyed in Gordon/Barrie Island fire ManitoulinExpositor.ca   GORDON – Fortunately no one was injured in a fire that destroyed a house in Gordon-Barrie Island this past Saturday morning. The fire was one of two the... Read more >
Ottawa pumps $3.7M into new, energy-saving Port Stanley fire station St. Thomas Times-Journal   Port Stanley is getting a new, energy-saving fire station thanks to $3.7 million from the federal government. The new state-of-the-art... Read more >
Scugog seeking to bolster volunteer firefighter ranks in Port Perry, Caesarea DurhamRegion.com   Scugog is looking to add to its volunteer firefighter ranks at both the Port Perry and Caesarea stations and will accept... Read more >