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The cold weather continues and we are faced with the challenge of keeping snug and warm throughout the winter.
For most of us, there is a good chance that sometime in our life, we are going to need to make a 911 call.
Vernon Fire Rescue Services have really tried our best to be good this year
Municipalities have a legal responsibility to insure that public buildings meet a minimum level of fire safety
Vernon Fire Rescue Services needs you to help us help you
Think, plan and act are huge when it comes to keeping a person out of all kinds of trouble.
It’s a great time to consider some new year’s resolutions for keeping ourselves safe in 2015.
On Saturday, this year’s mass CPR training will take place at Clarence Fulton Secondary School.
In the winter, we just spend more hours indoors participating in activities like keeping warm, cooking and entertaining
Here are tips from the Canada Safety Council we all need to pay attention to
Working smoke alarms do save lives but only when they meet your specific needs
Lawrie Skolrood provides some information on fire investigations
Vernon Fire Rescue Services would like to pass on some of the top fire safety tips
Fire Prevention Week is from today to Saturday this year
Our best strategy against wildfire is to protect our homes with a Firesmart plan
FIRE SMART: You probably walk by at least one of these at some point in your day...
Make a pledge to become an expert in the rules for drivers and pedestrians
It is extremely special when you meet people who have no other motive for what they have done beyond another person just needed their help
The facts and numbers haven’t improved and people are still needlessly getting burned.
The Vernon Fire Department provides a few tips on having a campfire