Toronto Fire Services provides high quality, efficient and effective emergency response along with fire prevention and education services to those who live in, work in, and visit the City of Toronto.
The Master Fire Plan 2015-2019 adopted by City Council on April 2nd, provides clear direction for the future. It outlines critical considerations, including current and proposed high-rise development taking place across the city.
On March 12th, thirty-nine Recruits graduated from the Academy and have become the newest Firefighters. This group reflects Toronto's diversity in language and gender and are fluent in 15 different languages.
When you change your clocks ahead in the spring, we remind you to change the battery in your smoke alarm. A working smoke alarm will detect smoke and sound an alarm to alert you.
Take Our Kids to Work Day took place at various locations. The children of Toronto Firefighters were able to see what their parents do at work.
The annual Rescue and Merit Awards Ceremony was held recently at the Toronto Fire and Paramedic Services Training Centre.
During the 2014 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto Firefighters were joined by the Hawkins-Gignac Foundation for CO Education providing life saving advice.
Toronto Fire accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Toronto Police Services, and does it a little differently.
An antique chemical fire engine was re-dedicated during a ceremony at Toronto Fire Station 423. The restoration included construction of wooden wheels by Mennonite craftsmen.
Seeking information about a career with Toronto Fire Services? Toronto Fire Services has three entry-level firefighting positions: Operations Firefighter, Calltaker/Dispatcher and Fire Prevention Inspector.