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Vancouver firefighters respond to more than 6,000 overdose calls

As of early December, Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services responded to more than 6,000 overdose calls so far this year.

Former firefighter to receive apology for gender discrimination

A former Halifax firefighter says her 12-year battle against gender discrimination has ended with a settlement that will see the city of Halifax issue a public apology on Monday.

Northwest Territories First Nation revamps fire department

After sitting empty since 2010, the department on the K'atlo'deeche First Nation in Hay River, N.W.T, is training new firefighters.

North Huron firefighters resolve issues with council

After a deliberation meeting Monday, firefighters in North Huron, Ont., reached an agreement with council that will have deputy chiefs Matt Townsend and Chad Kregar assume the duties of fire chief.
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Fighting the fentanyl crisis

As opioid-related overdose calls continue to rise, Canadian Firefighter is looking back at how firefighters across the country were coping with the crisis in early 2017. » Learn more
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How to identify a fentanyl overdose

Chief Mike Hoffmann explains the signs and symptoms crews should look for if a fentanyl overdose is suspected. » Learn more

OAFC Hicks Morely Labour Relations Seminar

January 17-18, 2018
Location: Toronto
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