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Third Year Of Be Safe, Be Seen Campaign In The Capital

Ottawa Fire Services has partnered with Safer Roads Ottawa and the Ottawa Police Service once again for the third annual “Be Safe, Be Seen” initiative. Residents are encouraged to drop by any of the City of Ottawa Fire Stations in

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13 Displaced In Vanier Fire

13 people – several of them teenagers –  have been displaced because of a two-alarm fire in Vanier. Ottawa Fire Services received multiple 911 calls reporting smoke and flames at 292 Lajoie Street just before 2 a.m. Upon arrival, fire

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Two People Escape Glebe House Fire

Two people who were able to escape a fire in their residence in the Glebe early this morning credit their working smoke detector for providing an early warning and saving their lives. Ottawa Fire Services received a 911 call from

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Ottawa Fire Department Hoping To Attract More Women

The Ottawa fire department’s eighth annual Camp FFIT (Female Firefighters in Training) is wrapping up today at the Industrial Avenue training centre. Over the course of the week, 24 girls between the ages of 15 and 19 have received a

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Water Rescue On Ottawa River

A canoeist was rushed to hospital early last evening after his vessel flipped over on the Ottawa River in the west end. Ottawa Fire Services received a 911 call around 6:30 pm reporting the overturned boat near Kitchisippi Lookout not

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Toddler Suffers Serious Burns In Kanata Fire

A 19 month old is in critical condition following an overnight fire in Kanata. Emergency crews were called to 84 Gowrie Drive just after 2am after a 911 call reporting a fire on the second floor of the two-storey home.

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Knock Knock Who’s There

A firefighter….nuff said 🙂 Its that time of year again….when Ottawa Fire Services will be knocking on your doors to encourage residents to install, test and ensure that smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms in their homes are present and

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