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Fire Chief Harry Olivieri of Halton Hills set to retire In Halton.com   Halton Hills Fire Chief Harry Olivieri has announced his retirement. Following 36-year career, Olivieri will hang up his gear at the end of this year.... Read more >
Fire service overtime costs drop amid COVID-19 The Kingston Whig Standard   Sarnia’s fire service overtime spending this year could be within budget for the first time since 2015. That’s according to a report from the city... Read more >
Gate debate: condo owners condemn and condone gated communities CollingwoodToday.ca   The Town of Collingwood is keeping its bylaw preventing gates for condominium communities.  Condo owners from Lighthouse Point petitioned... Read more >
Millions of dollars in damage from heavy industrial fire on Parkdale Avenue North CBC   Firefighters are extinguishing a multiple-alarm structure fire in the Parkview West area on Wednesday morning. Hamilton Fire Department... Read more >
Staff recommends new fire hall for Dashwood The Paris Star   SOUTH HURON – The municipality continues to explore the possibility of a new fire station for the village of Dashwood. As previously reported, council recently adopted... Read more >
Centre Wellington firefighters rescue two from Elora Gorge Wellington Advertiser   ELORA – Centre Wellington firefighters rescued two people from the Elora Gorge on Sept. 28. Centre Wellington Fire Rescue deputy fire chief... Read more >
Fire Master Plan heads back to staff Oshawa Express   Oshawa’s Fire Master Plan has once again been sent back to staff as delegates tell council they’re concerned with the number of fire trucks downtown. City council... Read more >
Gravenhurst council extinguishes proposal for new aerial fire truck Muskoka Region   Gravenhurst council got heated as members debated whether to commit to purchasing a new aerial fire truck. The topic was discussed at the special... Read more >
Island blaze re-ignites East Ferris fire service issue North Bay Nugget   The blaze that destroyed the Drenth family cottage on Trout Lake’s Hemlock Island, Monday, sparked news that suppression service was officially not... Read more >
Smoke alarms save lives Oshawa Express   Two recent fires put out by Oshawa Fire Services have Fire Chief Derrick Clark concerned. That’s because there were no working fire alarms. The first fire at 232 Burke St. was a kitchen... Read more >