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There’s a new chief in town
It’s the only career Jon Rehill has ever imagined, and now he’s been promoted to the top job — Kitchener’s fire chief.
City allays Activa explosion fears
They still don’t know what caused the Activa Avenue explosion, but they know what didn’t cause it.
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People were informed about heritage landscape study "[...] in the process, I recognized that the criticism was inaccurate and needed a response. Here’s my letter to the editor that appeared in the May 7 [...]"
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Challenging culture: Moving up and moving out "[...] Part 2 [...]"
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Five more years for Kitchener Fire 24-hour shift pilot
In 2010, the Kitchener Fire department launched a pilot program that saw firefighters working 24-hour shifts. After positive results that brought down sick days, the program has been extended for another five years, according to fire chief Tim Beckett.
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Lack of discussion about regionalized fire service
Fear of losing control is the main reason there is a lack of political will to discuss regionalizing fire services, despite recent calls from the Kitchener Firefighters Association to discuss the matter, according to Kitchener regional councillor Geoff Lorentz.
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Fire services face cost crunch
Part one in a series on firefighting in Kitchener: Fighting fires is an expensive business, but how does Kitchener compare to its neighbours?
Firefighters make up half of city's sunshine list
Half of the people who made over $100,000 at the City of Kitchener last year were members of the Kitchener Fire Department.
 
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