Update: February 12 - February 18, 2018


Fire Services Update

The Lesser Slave River Regional Fire Service is committed to protecting life, property and the environment from fire, hazardous materials, natural disasters and other emergencies. As such, the department issues a weekly report on all investigations, fire prevention activities and other Fire Services news of importance to the residents of the Lesser Slave River region.

If you have any specific questions or concerns related to these updates, please contact Regional Chief of Lesser Slave Lake Fire Services Jamie Coutts.

  • 4 MVA’s- HWY 88 KM 90, 3 AVE NE, 1301 Caribou Trail NW, South Mitsue RD
  • 4 Medical Co-Response -900 6 AVE SE, 65 11 ST-Canyon Creek, 618 7 ST-Smith, 1591 Main ST SE, 609 3 AVE NW
  • 1 DO -801 6 AVE NW,
  • 1 Wildland Fire- Behind MD Shop

  • Clean up from the DG 472 and TSAG course
  • Attended Meeting for upcoming CVFSA Conference
  • Created website for CVFSA Conference registration
  • Hosted local Chiefs meeting with Fire Chiefs and representative from the local Fire Departments surrounding Slave Lake
  • Ordered new Fire Fighter clothing
  • Assisted with Snow clearing Hall 1,2 & 5

  • All halls visited
  • Fire Chief’s Meeting from all our surrounding boundaries
  • CS 400 Course
  • Worked on I Am Responding
  • Entered hydrants in Smit and Mitsue area
  • Inspection of Tiger Calcium Camp
  • Mitsue and Widewater plow and shovel snow

  • Ha11 1 Dangerous Goods Scenario all 3 Battalions participated
  • Mitsue Hall training- Scene Safety
  • SAR Training-Navigation and Snowshoe Bush Scenario
  • Smith Medical Co-Responses
  • Widewater MVA HWY 2 and Medical Co-Response & Canyon Creek

  • 2 Members in EMR Training
  • Regional meeting with neighbouring FD’s
  • Met with Montane Consultants on WUI course development and training standards
  • I AM Responding hydrant mapping
  • Sprinkler trailer pump back from BC tested and put back into service
  • WUI- SPU advisory group meeting with GOA and other fire chief meeting in Mitsue preparing for 2018 Wildfire season.

MD of Lesser Slave River

Just a few hours due north of Edmonton, Lesser Slave River is a truly unique place to live, work and play. From breathtaking expanses of boreal forest and unspoiled natural wonders to a thriving economy and genuine work/life balance, opportunities abound. Here you'll discover a place of rugged beauty. A place of real people. A place you'll never want to leave.

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