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‘Accidental’ Stoney Creek fire causes at least $150K in damage Yahoo   An early-morning Stoney Creek house fire has caused between $150,000 and $200,000 in damage. The Hamilton Fire Department says crews responded to a fire... Read more >
Fire Marshal brought in to investigate early morning church fire near Port Hope Toronto Star   The office of the Ontario Fire Marshal is now investigating following an early morning church fire near Port Hope April 3. The fire at Old... Read more >
Mapleton Fire Rescue applies for funding to purchase laptops for virtual training Wellington Advertiser   MAPLETON – Township council has approved a plan to apply for $7,100 in provincial funding to assist with training... Read more >
Spencerville fire destroys shops, leaves nine homeless OttawaCitizen   BROCKVILLE — Fire officials were still investigating Saturday after a blaze left nine people homeless and destroyed two businesses in Spencerville early Friday... Read more >
Barrie fire captain retires same day his daughter starts training BarrieToday.com   In 2005, Barrie fire department Cpt. Attila Kovacs brought his daughter Alanna to the fire hall for a ‘... Read more >
City of Windsor now hiring firefighters CTV   WINDSOR, OTN. -- If you thought of a career as a Windsor Firefighter, this might be your chance. Applications for the 2021 firefighter recruitment are now available online. The City of... Read more >
Firefighters find 1 person dead in an apartment fire near downtown Hamilton CBC   One person is dead after a fire on a second-floor apartment near downtown Hamilton. Fire Chief Dave Cunliffe says firefighters were called to 301 Mary St... Read more >
Flames engulf former restaurant in Leamington CTV   WINDSOR, ONT. -- Leamington firefighters battled a blaze at a Leamington restaurant on Thursday morning. Crews were called to Paula’s Fish Place in the 800 block of Point Pelee... Read more >
Planning a backyard fire in Collingwood? You'll need a permit for that CollingwoodToday.ca   The Town of Collingwood requires anyone who wants to have a campfire in their backyard to first purchase a permit from the Collingwood Fire... Read more >
Province-wide fire ban 'not necessary' right now Sudbury.com   As Ontario readies for forest fire season, a province-wide outdoor fire ban is "not necessary" right now. Wildland fire season starts April 1 and runs... Read more >