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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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Tuesday, June, 16, 2015 - 8:08:04 AM
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Friday, June, 05, 2015 - 2:02:30 AM
Hey council: It’s time to get it together people "Thanks for the article. I agree with you 100%. I hope you have it emailed to each councilor."
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Thursday, May, 28, 2015 - 4:04:58 PM
Recognizing the right to a healthy environment "Thanks for the article, Laurie. Let me just point out to your readers that if they want to add their name to the national Blue Dot petition, like 73,000 others have, they can do so at this webpage - http://bluedot.ca/join-us/ Cheers! Jim and Tracey"
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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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