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“So many people have lined the street to pay their respects to Capt. Joe Kolar. Many tears along Springfield Rd at this hour as light rain falls. @GlobalOkanagan t.co/l8kb99b5eu”
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So Sorry For Your Lost.....

Our Honour Guard attended the LODD Service for Kelowna Fire Rescue Captain Joe Kolar. It was a touching service for a Great Firefighter, Family man and Community leader. RIP Brother Kolar.
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Thank You for your service. Condolences to family, friends and fire personnel. RIP Captain Kolar.

Rip fine Sir

He helped me when I was ops manager for the long way home ptsd walk. He was so kind

Today we pause to honour those who sacrificed everything to give us the freedoms we enjoy to day. Thank you to all veterans past and present for your service to this great nation. #lestweforget #wewillrememberthem ... See MoreSee Less

Today we pause to honour those who sacrificed everything to give us the freedoms we enjoy to day. Thank you to all veterans past and present for your service to this great nation. #lestweforget #Wewillrememberthem

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and thank you First Responders for your service

Thank-you for your service!

Lest We Forget

This photo was sent to us by a concerned citizen. This was yesterday on Lacombe Lake. Needless to say the Ice is very dangerous this time of year and not safe to be on. ... See MoreSee Less

This photo was sent to us by a concerned citizen. This was yesterday on Lacombe Lake. Needless to say the Ice is very dangerous this time of year and not safe to be on.

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I hope their parents or guardians see this.

This makes my heart skip a beat. So scary. Thankful that someone was watching over them.

OMG....People Should Be More Careful

Last week LEH had a grade 3 class walking around a pond in Erinridge and a bunch of the kids went out on the ice. The middle was not frozen at all. They stayed on the edge but I got pretty mad. I phoned the school as well at yelled at the kids to get off the ice. The adults with them didn't do anything. How can people think that the ice can hold them yet?

I saw ice fishers there today

Be safe than sorry 😐

I saw this.... I was like... look babe its jesus.

Survival of the fittest? Natural selection? 🤣

Clearly they just wanted to ice fish

Mental

Yikes

Wow.

😳😳😳

Omg

Trace J Thacker

Janet Bencz-Flexhaug looks like the boys lmao

Darwin

If these donkeys could be identified I’d suggest a visit from RCMP would be in order...

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While hopefully as you roll your clocks back you get to enjoy an extra hour of sleep tonight it’s also a reminder to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

Smoke alarms with non-replaceable 10-year batteries are designed to remain effective to up to 10 years. If the alarm beeps, warning that the battery is low, replace the smoke alarm right away.

We recommend you install a smoke alarm in every bedroom, outside of bathrooms, near stairwells and on each floor of your home.
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While hopefully as you roll your clocks back you get to enjoy an extra hour of sleep tonight it’s also a reminder to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. 

 Smoke alarms with non-replaceable 10-year batteries are designed to remain effective to up to 10 years. If the alarm beeps, warning that the battery is low, replace the smoke alarm right away.

We recommend you install a smoke alarm in every bedroom, outside of bathrooms, near stairwells and on each floor of your home.Image attachmentImage attachment

Welcome to the webpage for St Albert Firefighters Local 2130. We are proud members of the International Association of Firefighters. The IAFF is the driving force behind nearly every advance in the fire and emergency services in the 21st century. With headquarters in Washington, DC, and Ottawa, Ontario, the IAFF represents more than 305,000 full-time professional fire fighters and paramedics in more than 3,200 affiliates. IAFF members protect more than 85 percent of the population in communities throughout the United States and Canada. The IAFF is also one of the most active lobbying organizations in Washington, DC. The IAFF Political Action Committee, FIREPAC, is among the top one-half of one percent of the nearly 6,000 federally registered PACs in the country.

Running out of 3 Stations we provide 24/365 Fire and EMS response to the citizens of St Albert with a minimum of 18 Emergency Services Personnel, 1 Platoon Chief and 1 Dispatcher on duty we are able to provide quick response in time of emergency.

While not all emergency calls are fires our members are cross trained as Primary and Advanced Care Paramedics that work on the 2 Ambulances the City of St Albert contracts to Alberta Health Services. When a fire truck shows up to a medical call these members are also able to provide a high level of medical care as well with all Fire Engines equipped to Advanced Life Support standards.

We are also trained in Water and Ice Rescue, Dangerous Goods response. We provide public education and fire prevention to the public as well.