AFAC COVID-19 Safety Awareness Poster Contest Results

AFAC COVID-19 Safety Awareness Poster Contest Results

At a time when physical distancing meant the cancellation of school, community events, and extended family gatherings, we reached out to Indigenous youth to connect with them and engage them in the process of promoting COVID-19 safety awareness. Between April 14-May...
AFAC Annual Fire Safety Poster Campaign Results

AFAC Annual Fire Safety Poster Campaign Results

Schools across the country took part in our annual Fire Safety Poster Campaign themed on this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape!” The focus this year was to educate everyone about the small but important...
Fanning the Flames: Climate Change and Increased Wildfire Risk

Fanning the Flames: Climate Change and Increased Wildfire Risk

The past few months have been busy for the Aboriginal Firefighters Association and the Indigenous Fire Marshall Office (IFMO) project. One underlying theme to these busy times has been the relationship between climate change and wildfires. AFAC’s Executive Director...
UPDATE: More Hiring!

UPDATE: More Hiring!

Be a Part of the IFMO Project! The Indigenous Fire Marshall Office (IFMO) project continues to gain momentum as AFAC moves the project to the next phase. Several new opportunities have been posted on our website. As a ‘for us, by us’ project, we encourage all...
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