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Deputy Chief Tyler Moore Sep 6
Well done everyone! Yes, please do not enter the crosshatching and block the exiting Fire trucks...you never know when we will be called out to save someone’s life or put out a fire..or both! thanks you for following this request.
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Assistant Chief Young Aug 25
The 80th apparatus donated by is in memory of former ’s Manny Dosange. Manny passed away suddenly on Nov 18/17 and is missed by us here at and Firefighters Without Borders Canada 🇨🇦
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Heidi Granger Mar 14
How awesome you ask? VERY!! Thank you
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Deputy Chief Tyler Moore Sep 6
Question of the day... What should you do when you see this crosshatching in front of a Firehall and the traffic light is red and there are already cars backed up to the other side of it???
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Deputy Chief Tyler Moore Sep 6
We are getting closer to opening , which will be our first co-location with housing above us. has been an amazing partner in this project!
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Fire Chief Darrell Reid Sep 8
Hey 🇨🇦 Today is . Pls join all of us at remembering friends & all lost in the line of duty. Much love to the family of A/Lt Ron Renville who we lost this year.
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Steve Salsman Dec 23
Amazing work as always by crews. Hope all of you women and men make it home safe!
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Steve Eely Mar 24
Great to be working with our partners from , BCEHS and ECOMM on this initiative. A real game changer! Special thanks to Sgt James Flewelling and Dr. Erik Vu for their expertise and heavy lifting.
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Dan Wood May 28
Love this! Happy B’day 🎉🎂
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Darren Genge Jan 25
Come out and support the Warriors, and a bonus, it’s First Responder Night. Ian Hawksbee
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West Kelowna Fire Sep 6
Great pic Vancouver , inspired the crew to hit the truck bay this morning for coffee!!
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Natasha Phillips May 4
A heartbreaking day today. I had the pleasure of knowing Ron in our high school years and early 20’s. I will never forget that grin! His passing has broken hearts across this country and beyond. My condolences to his family, friends and his brothers and sisters.
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ADAMGRC Jul 16
Vancouver Fire Rescue Service, Medic 8, parked outside Hall 8 awaiting its next call.
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Adam Palmer Jul 2
Good luck - you'll need it!
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Shelley Hegedus May 23
Beautiful service for a great man today. I was honoured to be a part of it.
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Hydrant Boy Aug 25
Replying to @BehindBlueLine
The Fire Captain? His nickname is Salty. We all get Salty over time dealing with other people's bad days. .
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Joe Foster Dec 23
A busy Sunday morning for working hard. Please avoid Denman/Alberni and the surrounding areas.
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Fire Chief Darrell Reid Sep 6
Proud to represent 🇨🇦 & today to over 100 emerg services leaders within the halls of the Parliament. I described our model & provided recommendations. I highlighted the importance of medical 1st response.
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Sharon Bliss Jan 19
Seventeen years ago I started bringing my nephew down to visit the teams. In just three years he could name the different pieces of equipment and tell the boys what each was used for. He will be nineteen this year and still loves to visit stations.
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anastasia turner Mar 30
Community safety and education a priority.... opportunities to be a part of !
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