Wishing you and your family a safe and happy #CanadaDay2022. Thanks to all first responders on duty today keeping this great country safe. ... See MoreSee Less
Calling all fire service enthusiasts! Check out classic Ottawa Fire Services - Service des incendies d'Ottawa apparatus 🚒 July 2 at Lansdowne Park. Courtesy of the Bytown Fire Brigade – a Non-Profit Historical Society that a group of our members established in 1983. Thanks Bytown Fire Brigade for keeping our history alive!Bytown Fire Brigade is on the move!!!
Come and see us on July 2, 2022 at Lansdowne Park for a community festival as we celebrate 30 years since the restoration of the Aberbeen Pavillon!
We are brining three fire apparatus 🚒 that served the City of Ottawa 136, 94 and 91 years ago!
This is a FREE event
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On June 5th, on his way to an overtime shift, Firefighter Dimacuha saw a car pulled over with its 4 ways on.
He pulled over to see if someone was in distress. Minutes later, he was delivering a beautiful baby girl.
Last Friday, the family came to Station 42 for a special reunion. 👨🚒👶
Le 5 juin, le pompier Dimacuha s’est rangé après avoir vu une voiture, feux de détresse allumés, immobilisée sur la route.
Quelques minutes plus tard, il aidait à mettre au monde une belle petite fille.
Vendredi dernier, la famille est allée à la caserne no 42 pour le remercier.👨🚒👶 ... See MoreSee Less
That was a “great day at the office!” Congratulations to everyone! 🙌
Congratulations to all ! ❤️
worked with this guy, he's a genuine gentleman, not surprised at all that he stopped to help out. good stuff brother 😉
Canada Day 🇨🇦 is just around the corner! Each year consumer fireworks cause thousands of injuries. So Ottawa's Professional Firefighters want to remind everyone the best way to enjoy fireworks & prevent injury is to watch a professional show.
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Carol Anne Meehan Ottawa should have a by-law against fireworks -- they go on all weekend and all hours of the night in Riverside South. Pets and babies get no sleep and neither do their parents