Headlines
Enbridge pipes $10,000 into Ingersoll Fire Service - The Ingersoll Fire Service has received a $10,000 donation from Enbridge Pipelines Inc. to enhance its firefighter training centre. The money, provided through the company's Safe Communities... Read more >
Letter from Jesse's Journey to the OAFC - Posted November 26, 2014     November 19, 2014   Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs:   Sometimes in our lives we are extremely fortunate to meet extraordinary... Read more >
The Blue Mountains hires new fire chief - The Blue Mountains' new fire chief is living out his childhood dreams. Rob Collins, a 25-year career firefighter, wanted to be a firefighter at nine years old. "We had a fire near my house and... Read more >
3 in hospital after apartment fire in downtown Windsor - Three people were taken to hospital overnight after a fire at a highrise apartment building in downtown Windsor. The fire department says the fire started on the 11th floor at 810 Ouellette... Read more >
Burlington Fire Department's water tanker shuttle accreditation reaffirmed - The Burlington Fire Department has been reaffirmed as a capable provider of firefighting services to areas of the city that have no access to fire hydrants. That... Read more >
Tecumseh firefighters credit CO detector for averting potential tragedy - The Tecumseh Fire Rescue Service is crediting a carbon monoxide detector for possibly saving a local family from tragedy. “The lesson to the public is that CO is... Read more >
Carbon monoxide poisoning in garage sends Ottawa man to hospital - A 45-year-old Ottawa man is recovering after a case of carbon monoxide poisoning in his garage Tuesday afternoon. Ottawa paramedics said they got a call about a man unconscious... Read more >
Ability, not language, most important in fire chief search - With John deHooge leaving the fire service, a burning question returns to City Hall: Should Ottawa's fire chief be able to speak both English and French? Orléans Coun. Bob... Read more >
Workers in manufacturing plant escape Sandwich Street fire - A blaze quickly tore through a manufacturing plant on Sandwich Street late Monday night, threatening several workers inside and causing an anticipated $1 million in damage. Flames... Read more >
City firefighters win arbitration to work 24 hour shifts - North Bay firefighters have won an arbitration award that will allow them to work 24 hour shifts. Fire Chief Grant Love told BayToday that the firefighters wanted the 24 hour shift. ... Read more >