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Nov 30th, -0001 Woodstock fire crews battle downtown blaze Woodstock firefighters were battling a downtown blaze very early Friday morning. At around midnight, city firefighters arrive...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Fire, power outage close Woodstock City Hall Woodstock City Hall was closed down Monday due to an early-morning fire. The fire broke out before 3 a.m. at 500 Dundas Stree...[ read more ]
Dec 29th, 2007 Volunteer fire brigade disbanded WOODBRIDGE, ON - We salute you. That phrase echoed from the pagers of the Woodbridge volunteer firefighters at noon Friday. ...[ read more ]
Nov 14th, 2005 Woodbridge agrees to pay $3.86M for new Fire Hall WOODBRIDGE, ON - A new fire hall and ambulance bay in Woodbridge will cost $2.3 million more than expected. The city has collect...[ read more ]
Feb 8th, 2016 Weekend blaze destroys coffee shop WOODBRIDGE, ON - A coffee shop in Woodbridge, Ont. was destroyed after an overnight fire on Saturday, police say. The fire st...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Female firefighters converge for conference Women make up only three per cent of firefighters in North America — and one group is trying to change that. More than 100 fe...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Witnesses recount Ottawa bus crash Witnesses to a crash in Ottawa involving an OC Transpo double-decker bus and Via Rail train bound for Toronto recall the moment...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Ontario’s emergency response protocols under review With two bodies pulled from the wreckage of Elliot Lake’s Algo Mall, Dalton McGuinty’s government is set to begin a grim review ...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Thousands still without power after Toronto ice storm With thousands of Toronto residents now in their sixth day without heat and electricity in freezing temperatures, some say they'...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Fire chief urges safety during power outages With the unpredictably of this summer’s weather and with sudden storm often accompanied by extended power outages, North Bay fir...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 New bill raises questions for firefighters With the province’s building code likely to change, homeowners and buyers should be educating themselves, says the past presiden...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Councillor proposes fire service cuts With the City of Thorold facing a massive backlog of costly projects that will require millions of dollars, Coun. Jim Handley sa...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Firefighters, back push for registry With parliament ready to resume in just two weeks, MP Charlie Angus (NDP -Timmins- James Bay) is already pushing all parties to ...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 New fire chief for Seguin Township With more than 30 years of fire-fighting experience, Don Hood is set to take over Seguin Fire Services. Hood, who spent the l...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Windsor fire chief to propose mandatory sprinklers in new builds With more fires causing more injuries and deaths per capita than anywhere else in the province, Windsor fire Chief Bruce Montone...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Timmins launches home inspection campaign With home inspections now underway for the new mandatory carbon monoxide (CO) detectors, Timmins firefighters began going house-...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Ontario ministry reports extremely mild fire season With forest fire season is nearing its end, there couldn’t have been a more stark contrast in the number and extent of fires fro...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Firefighters dig in on national memorial With firefighters from across Canada contributing soil from all the country's provinces and territories, work began Thursday on ...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Thorold to address volunteer shortage With fewer and fewer volunteer firefighters available to respond to 911 calls in the city, fire chief Chris Halliday is hoping a...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Plan for emergency, fire chief urges With Emergency Preparedness Week upon us, Windsor's fire chief is urging people to plan ahead. Bruce Montone said emergencies...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Uxbridge considering options to meet fire department needs With a projected $2 million needed over the next two years to pay for a new fire hall and fire trucks in Uxbridge, politicians a...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Campbell questions criteria for town firefighter job With a long history of dedicated volunteers from Sussex and beyond performing firefighting duties for the region, the town may b...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Mayor asks firefighters to douse pay expectations With a $100,000 club that includes 110 members, London's firefighters' union should consider the city's difficulties heading int...[ read more ]
Apr 26th, 2005 Grayling Wins Over Fire Fighting Community Wireless Communication System for Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) Garners Praise and Industry Support at Trade Show ...[ read more ]
Nov 30th, -0001 Rescue training in icy river unsafe: experts Winter rescue training in the St. Clair River is hazardous because of the river’s current and large ice floes, two ice-rescue in...[ read more ]
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