The Saskatchewan Professional Fire Fighters Association represents 700 Professional Fire Fighters in the cities of Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, Yorkton, North Battleford, and Weyburn.


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Yorkton Fire Fighters Raise $4,555
Dec 09 2013 - Yorkton
Yorkton Fire Fighters raised $4,555 for the Great Canadian Fire Fighters Movember Moustache Challenge.
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Provincial Fire Fighters Help Kick Off Swift Current's Minor Football Season
May 16 2007 - Swift Current
Professional Fire Fighters from across the province join Swift Current Fire Fighters to host a Minor Football event and BBQ.
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Saskatchewan Professional Fire Fighters recognized for backing FIREPAC
Apr 26 2007 - SPFFA
International Association of Fire Fighters President Harold Schaitberger presented an IAFF Award of Recognition to the Saskatchewan Professional Fire Fighters Association for achieving 100 percent FIREPAC Canada participation from all 700 members in the SPFFA 's eight member locals.
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Moose Jaw introduces "ADOPT"-A-Firefighter Program
May 25 2006 - Moose Jaw
In an effort to promote fire prevention and educate young people, Moose Jaw Fire Fighters have introduced a new ADOPT-A-Firefighter program.
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Saskatoon Fire Fighters purchase equipment for Parkridge Centre
Apr 25 2006 - Saskatoon
The Saskatoon Fire Fighters Pediatric Fund has purchased a tracking system and lift for the children at Parkridge Centre, helping to make the care of their residents safer.
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Regina Fire Fighters partner with "The Y"
Jul 21 2005 - Regina
Fire Fighters attend to the gym at four schools of The Summer Y' program. Each of the schools is a drop in centre for kids during the summer months. The firefighters interact with the kids for about an hour, a number of nights, and show the truck and providing a bit of a safety message.
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Smoke Alarm Installation Program Saving Lives
Jul 18 2005 - Regina
Regina’s Fire Fighters visited 550 homes to ensure they have working smoke alarms and if not, they install one at no expense to the home owner. The Smoke Alarm Installation Program has practical and immediate safety benefits for the City of Regina’s highest fire risk neighborhoods.
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New Legislation will Protect Emergency Personnel
Apr 19 2005 - SPFFA
New legislation will help protect emergency service workers police officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians, and paramedics good Samaritans and victims of crime from the fear and uncertainty experienced following exposure to bodily fluids.
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Teamwork Saves Lives
Mar 11 2005 - Saskatoon
Six fire victims in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan were rescued Thursday, March 3 thanks to teamwork between two IAFF Canadian locals Saskatoon Local 80 and Saskatoon Ambulance Local 3270.
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