The Toronto Fire Services is committed to protecting life, property and the environment from fire, hazardous materials, natural disasters and other emergencies. The Fire Prevention Division of Fire Services provides information about emergencies, fire regulations, home inspections, and the Alarm for Life campaign regarding smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detection. Fire Services provides public education and school fire safety programs in accordance with the Fire Services Act, in addition to delivering fire and emergency training to all employees and appropriate outside organizations. It is the largest fire service in Canada and the fifth largest fire service in North America.
Forty-one of the City of Toronto’s newest firefighters graduated from the Toronto Fire Services recruit training program.
Councillor Anthony Perruzza (Ward 8 York West), Chair of the City's Community Development and Recreation Committee, and Fire Chief Jim Sales welcomed each of the graduates as they received their badges and certificates.
List of the Names of the Toronto Fire Fighters who have died in the line of Duty since 1848 until present.
Critical Incident Stress Team's mission statement, overview, and Contact Information
Annual Reports dating back to 2003. These reports contain statistics, and overviews of programs services and plans for the future.