Transit worker murdered while on duty

February 14, 2017

Alex Forrest:
On behalf of every one of the 1500 members of the United Firefighters of Winnipeg our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of our Transit Brother who was heinously and cowardly attacked and murdered for doing his job.

Winnipeg Sun Article

Muscular Dystrophy Rooftop Campout Details

February 11, 2017

Double basement fire save this morning

February 10, 2017

Hearing about a tremendous double basement suite rescue this morning at the Agnes st fire.

While a crew was attacking the serious fire on one side of the building, a second crew went in through a basement window where they located the two reported missing people breathing in heavy smoke.

Once inside the smoke filled room, the fire crew moved the victims to a second basement room where they closed the door, broke out another basement window and lifted the victims out to safety.

Retirement for the 8 wanted men

February 5, 2017

On Wednesday Fabruary 1st a retirement function was held for 8 of our own at the King’s Head.
The following brothers have now received their transfers to 5 platoon after serving in the WFD for a combined 260 years:

Al West, Reg#1007
Doug Hansen,Reg#1106
Allen Dunn, Reg#1259
Gerry Nickel, Reg#1278
Patrick McCabe, Reg#1281
Glen Armour, Reg#1303
Michael Sparks, Reg#1326
Gerry Hatherly, Reg#1330

Gabriel Roy fire 10th anniversary Rememberance

February 3, 2017

Many firefighters, active and retired, along with family and members of our administration gathered on Thursday February 2 to honour and remember those who fell, and those injured in the Gabriel Roy fire.

Brother Jason Buhr sang his song “Unite Our Hearts Today”, followed by speakers representing UFFW, the Lessard and Nichols famillies, WFPS administration and the City of Winnipeg.

February 4, 2007 is a day that has affected everyone on the job in some way, and we will never forget the sacrifices made by Harold & Tom, as well as all those who continue to heal from physical and emotional injuries sustained that night.

Never Forgotten.