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Donations are a part of our core funding!

Donations received through our new website come directly to the Goulais Fire & Rescue Volunteers and are put to good use in the form of maintaining and purchasing essential equipment.

Donations are welcome of any size, as every bit helps!

Ask about Charitable Receipts for Income Tax purposes.

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Join us today!

We are always looking for dedicated volunteers!

This volunteer position will be different from any other that you have had before.  Being a member of Goulais Fire & Rescue takes a lot of time and commitment.  We respond to about 190 emergency calls per year and train once per week. 

We also participate in special events such as Community Days and Fire Prevention Week.

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INSTALL WORKING SMOKE ALARMS ON EVERY STOREY AND OUTSIDE ALL SLEEPING AREAS OF YOUR HOME. IT’S THE LAW!

DEVELOP A HOME FIRE ESCAPE PLAN.  Know what to do when the smoke alarm sounds. Sit down with everyone in your household and discuss how each person will get out of the home in a fire.

PRACTISE YOUR ESCAPE PLAN WITH EVERYONE IN YOUR HOME.    Make sure everyone can get out quickly.  
MAKE SURE EVERYONE KNOWS TWO WAYS OUT OF EACH ROOM, IF POSSIBLE.

If the door of a room is blocked by smoke or fire, discuss an alternate escape route such as a window. Make sure all windows open easily. Security bars on windows should have quick-releasing devices so they can be easily removed.
HELP THOSE WHO NEED IT!

Determine who will be responsible for helping young children, older adults, people with disabilities or anyone else who may need assistance.   
GET LOW AND GO UNDER THE SMOKE TO THE NEAREST SAFE EXIT.

Most fire deaths are the result of smoke inhalation. 

CHOOSE A MEETING PLACE OUTSIDE, A SAFE DISTANCE FROM YOUR HOME.

A tree, street light or a neighbour’s home are all good choices. In case of fire, everyone should go directly to this meeting place to be accounted for.
GET OUT, STAY OUT,
Never re-enter a burning building. Once you have safely escaped, call the fire department from outside your home using a cell phone or from a neighbour’s home.

                          Goulais Fire & Rescue Annual General Meeting
                                          & Board of Directors Election

                                        Wednesday October 5, 2016
                                                     at 7:30 pm
                                 Goulais Fire Hall 240 Old Hwy 17 Road
                   For the purposes of the election, anyone can run for a 
position on the board of directors who meets the following conditions:
             Have attained an age of 18 years and be a resident of:

Vankoughnet Twp.,Fenwick Twp., Haviland Twp., Ley Twp., Pennefeather Twp.,Tupper., or Kars, the northwest portion of Dennis Twp., also know as the Goulais Point or IR15A

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