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Kingston Kids Urged to “Push the Button!” to Test Smoke Alarms

Kingston Fire & Rescue is encouraging Kingston kids to participate in a TVOKids campaign to test smoke alarms.  TVOKids’ “Push the Button!” campaign urges families to test all their home smoke alarms by March 10. Kids should push the smoke alarm button for 10 seconds.  If the alarm doesn’t sound, it’s time to replace the… Keep Reading

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New Fire And Rescue Chief Announced for City Of Kingston

The City of Kingston has announced that Mr. Rhéaume Chaput will assume the position of Chief, Fire and Rescue Services, as of January 7, 2013. With more than 25 years of experience in fire services, Mr. Chaput has managed a spectrum of fire operations, including strategic plan development to address current and future needs, budget… Keep Reading

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Halloween Fire And Safety Tips from Kingston Fire & Rescue

SAFETY AT HOME  Fire Inspector Tracey LeBlanc reminds residents to always keep matches and lighters out of the sight and reach of children. Never use candles in decorative paper bags. Always keep children and pets away from candles. Use battery operated lights or glow sticks in jack-o-lanterns instead of candles. If you must use a… Keep Reading

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Kingston Firefighters Car Wash Fundraiser to be Held July 28

Kingston Fire & Rescue’s Combat Challenge Team is holding a car wash to raise funds for the Combat Team and P.R.O. Kids at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday July 28, 2012 at the Kingston Centre parking lot, at the corner of Bath Road and Sir John A. MacDonald Boulevard. This year, Combat Challenge… Keep Reading

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Kingston Fire Chief Harold Tulk Announces Retirement

Today in front of colleagues, family and friends, Kingston Fire Chief Harold Tulk announced his intention to retire as Chief of Kingston’s Fire & Rescue at the end of this year. “It is time to hang up my helmet and call an end to my 42 years of service,” says Chief Tulk. “I have been… Keep Reading

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