21 Jul 2016 - Ron Summers
Hamilton Fire Fighters July Charity Newsletter

The Hamilton Professional Fire Fighters is pleased to share with the Public our July Charity Newsletter.  We invite all Citizens to come out and support us during ou upcoming events. Please follow this link to the July Charity Newsletter.   Yours truly, Hamilton Professional Fire Fighters Association.

15 Jun 2016 - Ron Summers
Local 288 Helps Food4Kids

On June 15th the Hamilton Professional Fire Fighters Association assisted with helping bag up food for the Food4KIds Organization. Food4Kids provides packages of healthy food for kids aged 5-14 years with limited or no access to food each weekend. Packages of healthy food are prepared by volunteers and delivered to schools each Friday to ensure children have nourishment over the weekend. There are 1,500 children in Hamilton and 400 children in Halton sustaining each and every weekend without food. [ ... ]

12 Feb 2016 - Ron Summers
Hamilton's new Xposure APP

Courtesy Spectator Mark McNeil It's an issue that has plagued firefighters for as long as fires have been fought. What are the health consequences of all the smoke and hazardous gases unleashed? And how do you keep track of exposures to better understand the role they play with cancers and other health problems down the road? Officials with the Hamilton Professional Firefighters Association believe they have developed a first-of-its-kind tool to better understand the issue. It's an app called [ ... ]

11 Feb 2016 - Ron Summers
Third Annual Blarney 6.95 K Run

On May 14th, 2016 at Coronation Arena in Hamilton, Ontario the Third Annual Blarney 6.93 k Walk/Run will be held. What an amazing day! The race is presented by the Canadian Critical Incident Stress Foundation. The event brings awareness and support to First Responders regarding PTSD, Occupational Stress, Depression and Suicide Prevention. Our message is 'You Are Not Alone - Together We Will Make a Difference'. Full poster link here

03 Nov 2015 - Ron Summers
Couperus Sets New World Record

The Hamilton Firefighters Combat Challenge Team recently travelled to Montgomery Alabama to compete in the Scott Combat Challenge World Championships. The team is fresh off their first place finish at the Scott FireFit Canadian National Championships. 14 Countries competed in Montgomery, including a very strong European contingent, and over 700 firefighters. The Team placed 7th this year but the big news is 2014’s World Champion, Justin Couperus, defended his Title by taking home the trophy in a [ ... ]

Other Articles