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Affordable housing concerns discussed at South Huron council Shoreline Beacon   Auto extrication equipment The municipality’s fire department will be upgrading its equipment after council accepted a tender for new auto... Read more >
Champlain and Hawkesbury fire chiefs welcome new requirement to identify lightweight construction materials The Review   The rules have changed in Ontario in order to make it easier for firefighters to be aware of lightweight... Read more >
Fire contained to one unit blaze at Picton Heights row housing CountyLive.ca   Prince Edward County firefighters contained a fire at a six-unit row housing on Reichswald Court at Prince Edward Heights to one unit as they battled flame... Read more >
Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service donates safety gear to Firefighters Without Borders The Peterborough Examiner   Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service is helping boost firefighting efforts halfway across the country. Recently, the group... Read more >
Chief suggests removing “volunteers” from firefighters The Standard   Whitewater Region – There is no official recognition of a change in the name of the Whitewater Region Volunteer Fire Department, but its own chief... Read more >
Meaford likely moving to online permit model for all open-air fires Owen Sound - The Sun Times   Fire bowl, roasting spit, chiminea, backyard pit . . . Meaford will let you start a fire, but with a permit ensuring residents are safe... Read more >
Relocating Wheatley’s core? A lot riding on what more drilling reveals iheartradio.ca   Downtown Wheatley remained quiet the day after firefighters and municipal officials canvassed local residents that drilling work was expected... Read more >
Several staffing changes taking place at Renfrew Town Hall CityNews   It is unclear what restructuring will occur, but it is common to have one or more current positions eliminated, reclassified or blended into another department.... Read more >
Sparta Line residence heavily damaged in early morning blaze St. Thomas Today   Smoke detectors are being credited in saving four people from serious injury or death in an early morning fire Monday on Sparta Line. The blaze broke out... Read more >
Sundridge council gets burned as Strong Township disagreement scuttles hiring of joint fire prevention officer BayToday.ca   Sundridge will not be getting a fire prevention officer intern even though the municipality qualified for... Read more >