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Nanaimo Fire Rescue
An all-hazards public safety agency serving City of Nanaimo residents. To report an emergency call 9-1-1. Account not monitored 24 hours
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue 18h
Regular fire inspections are suspended to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. We continue to investigate reported fire hazards. Business & building owners have responsibilities. See the checklist to comply with fire safety regulations @
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Karen Fry Mar 30
It’s the little things that mean the most. How do we show people we are grateful for the job they do? Here is one way....
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Mar 13
Last night crews went to a kitchen fire. Damage was limited to the stove and wall. Tenants were alerted by a working smoke alarm. Would you be alerted if you had a fire? Check smoke alarms monthly. Replace after 10 yrs.
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Mar 2
There goes . On his way to the mechanic to be made road ready. Look forward to seeing Shakey in upcoming parades and other City events!
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Feb 19
Try to avoid Island Hwy N and the North Norwell Dr intersection as there has been a rollover MVI in the north bound lanes. Traffic has been diverted up 106th St. @917CoastFM
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Feb 14
Enjoy some family time with your loved ones.
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Feb 13
Don't let a cooking fire ruin your Valentine's Day! Stand by your pan.
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Feb 13
NFR & Randerson Ridge ECO Club hosting a free session Feb 27 – 7pm. With a few simple steps you can contribute to increasing your property resiliency to wildfire.
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Feb 12
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Feb 11
Smoke alarms save lives. Are yours working?
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Feb 10
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Feb 9
Do you have an escape plan in case of fire? Let Sparky show you how to make one.
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City of Nanaimo Feb 5
Got a kid? Use a lid! It's burn awareness week Scalds are leading cause of burn injuries in children under five
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Feb 4
Calder Rd btwn Jingle Pot Rd and Arbot Rd is closed due to ice for approx 30 mins @917CoastFM
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Karen Fry Jan 30
Congratulations to ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ own Brenda on winning the award at ⁦⁩ Such a worthy candidate - I am personally grateful and proud of her. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Jan 28
MVI on Parkway between Northfield Rd and Jingle Pot Rd has been cleared, @917CoastFM
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Jan 28
Be advised, 4 car MVI, southbound on the Nanaimo Parkway btween Northfield Rd and Jingle Pot Rd. @917TheCoast
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Jan 18
Nanaimo Fire Rescue adives use extreme caution when driving today. Slow down. Watch for large pools of water on roads and pedestrians unable to use sidewalks. @917CoastFM
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Jan 14
Hey . It's slippery out there so be careful shoveling your walk and driveway. Why not help a neighbour? Keep the sidewalks clear for pedestrian use.
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Nanaimo Fire Rescue Jan 13
roads are very slippery this morning, especially in the downtown area. If you don't need to drive, don't.
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