For as long as it takes to get through this crisis, PIFR is prepared and ready to react to emergencies just as we always have done. Our members are staying safe, using appropriate protective equipment and will continue to serve our community.
Becoming a Firefighter or a First Responder takes time, effort and dedication. However, the benefits of saving lives and making your community a better place is worth it.
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The official website www.cadetcamp.ca
PIFR consists of three halls situated to optimize call times and maximize homeowner insurance benefits. There are nine emergency response vehicles.
In January 2018, Pender Island Fire Rescue officially opened the Live Fire / Drill Tower Training Structure, completing the third major phase of our training facility development.
The First Responder program was established by the British Columbia government to enable faster response to medical emergencies and to fill service gaps.
Pender Island Fire Rescue
4423 Bedwell Harbour Road
Pender Island, BC V0N 2M1
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