06 Sep 2017 - Rob Damico
2017 Labour Day Parade


This past Monday September 4 we had over 100 members, retirees and members of their families attend the Labour Day Parade.  Thank you to everyone who attended and showed our support for organized labour.  It was a perfect late summer day with the parade finishing up at Bay Front park where everyone enjoyed a refreshment and something to eat. Thank you to everyone.

24 Aug 2017 - Rob Damico
World Police and Fire Games


In early August from 11-17 our members took part in the 2017 World Police/Fire Games in Calfornia.  Our flag football team competed in the highly competative flag football tournament.  After finishing at the top of their pool they were successful in the quarter final game but lost in a close game for a birth in the Gold medal game.  The team regrouped and won a bronze medal against a highly oganized team from the Los Angles Police Department  (LAPD).  Congratulations [ ... ]

24 Jul 2017 - Rob Damico


All 4 Platoons have donated over 60 units so far this month!  Great work HPFFA members! 

We need your help though.  If you didn’t sign up and are an HPFFA member, you can donate anytime in July.  If you are a family member, friend or just want to support the HPFFA, please make an appointment and make sure to register at the front desk with the HPFFA sign-up sheet to be recorded for the Sirens for Life competition.  Please call 1-888-2-DONATE to make an appointment [ ... ]

07 Jul 2017 - Rob Damico

The Sirens for Life is a national challenge created by Canadian Blood Services and involves Fire, Police and Paramedic services competing against each other for highest blood donors.  In 2016, HPFFA members made over 70 donations!  Each of the Platoons have been assigned a day in July to donate with almost 70 donors signed up again. 

C Platoon had almost 30 donors on July 4!  What a great turnout!  Thank you to the members of C Platoon for setting the pace!  A, [ ... ]

23 Jun 2017 - Brad Norris
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 2017

HPFFA members participated with over 400 other participants in the 2017 YWCA Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event!  Participants came together at City Hall to raise awareness and funds to help women who have been affected by violence and homelessness in our community. This is the largest and most successful Walk a Mile in Her Shoes to date, raising an incredible $100,000!!! Proceeds will support the many YWCA Hamilton programs and services aimed at providing [ ... ]

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