4 forest fires burning in northwest as of Thursday morning CBC   Four forest fires are burning in the northwest region as of Thursday morning, including one located about 30 kilometres west of Thunder Bay. The province's Aviation,... Read more >
Blind River Fire Department gets $5,400 to train volunteers ElliotLakeToday.com   The Ontario Fire Marshal’s office has donated $5,400 to the Blind River Fire Department in a bid to provide improved firefighter training. The... Read more >
Committee recommends new fire hall location The Post   At the May 3 committee-of-the-whole meeting, Hanover council heard the town is in need of a new fire hall, and the Hanover Police Service is in need of two additions to its existing... Read more >
Fire on north end of city Sault Online   At approximately 11:15 this morning, Sault Fire Services was called to the area of the 0-100 block of Broadview for reports of a large grass fire. According to a local resident the fire was in... Read more >
Fire system ‘deficiencies’ at Hamilton highrise in coronavirus outbreak during March blaze The Hamilton Spectator   Nearly two months after a blaze at Rebecca Towers, the windows of a fire-damaged unit are still busted.... Read more >
Greater Napanee to lift partial burn ban later this month Kingstonist   Due to “favourable spring conditions,” Greater Napanee Emergency Services is lifting the current Partial Burn Ban for Greater Napanee, effective... Read more >
Police looking for women who may have clues in the Walmart fire BayToday.ca     Police are asking for your help in identifying two unknown women who may have information that could assist in the investigation... Read more >
Single-story home destroyed by fire The Sault Star   On Sunday, May 2, a single-story home at 255 Burns Crossover Road was destroyed by fire. The sole occupant, Greg Burns escaped unharmed due to a working smoke alarm going off. Burns... Read more >
Town introducing fireworks by-law Welland Tribune   The Town of Shelburne is introducing a fireworks by-law, which will regulate the sale, use, and storage of fireworks within the Town. The new by-law was given leave and enacted during a... Read more >
Two fire calls in Brockville The Recorder and Times   City police joined Brockville firefighters in responding to calls on Wednesday. The first was a vehicle fire on Bramshot Avenue at about 11:30 a.m. It is believed the fire started... Read more >