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An Action Plan on Post-Traumatic Stress Injuries

Today, Public Safety Canada announced an Action Plan on Post-Traumatic Stress Injuries and we are proud that the Saskatchewan Director of the CVFSA, Shayne LaMontagne was able to represent the Association at this important event. The Minister of Public Safety and...

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Automatic Fire Sprinkler Systems Save Lives

During the past 13 months, Nova Scotian families have buried 12 young children who perished in house fires. How many more youngsters will lose their lives before influential political and regulatory leaders take action? Automatic fire sprinkler systems save lives,...

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Welcoming Our International Delegation from Japan

During the 2018 CVFSA Annual Conference and AGM, we were honoured to host an international delegation from Japan. Attending the conference from the Japan Firefighters Association International Division were Assistant Chief Hiroshi Fukuchi, Senior Researcher for the...

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2018 CVFSA Lifetime Achievement Award

At this year's Annual Conference and AGM, the CVFSA proudly awarded our ninth recipient with the prestigious CVFSA Lifetime Achievement Award. The 2018 award was awarded to Fire Chief Ronald Heisler of Qu'Appelle, SK. You can make your nominations towards the 2019...

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Leadership in Action

By Graham Pawlett, President, CVFSA Last year, we embarked on a major change for the CVFSA. After holding our AGM in Ottawa for nine consecutive years, we made two major changes. First, we took the event on the road to Wolfville, Nova Scotia and were generously hosted...

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Nova Scotia Annual Report

It is with pleasure that I submit the annual report for the Province of Nova Scotia.  2018 has been a busy year in the Nova Scotia Fire Services with several complex and challenging incidents faced by our firefighters across the province.  One of the highlights of...

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