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Northwest Fire Rescue and Training is a private fire service that provides sentry and safety service's for energy companies while they drill, frac, and service wells. In addition to the well site; Our fire, shower, air hand, medical, and emergency response teams are active in compressor batteries, processing/ refining plants, and construction facilities throughout Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Our highly trained safety professionals are at the ready at all times. Our presence in and on industry work sites is unsurpassed. Not only do we take safety very seriously, we also provide a professional appearance and attitude towards all involved. 

NWFR also operates wildfire and municipal fire crews and equipment for the province, municipalities and private land owners. We provide municipal fire and rescue operations for first nations communities, towns and villages, as well as provide basic and advanced training programs for municipal fire departments and private enterprises. Northwest Fire Rescue supplies some of the highest trained and seasoned firefighters in Alberta. These highly trained men and women combined with Northwest Fire Rescue's specialized apparatus will ensure high efficiency on any emergency scene.
 
If you are interested in serving these communities as a paid on call firefighter, NWFR will be the very first privately owned municipal fire service in Canada. Effective and in service on January 1 2016, Onoway Regional Fire department has been responding to any and all emergency callouts in several towns and villages including Onoway, Alberta Beach, Silver Sands, South View, Yellowstone, Val Quinten, Castle Island and Nakamun Park. If you would like to know more about the services provided, free to contact any of the officers at the bottom of this page.
NWFR is Complyworks and ISNetworld compliant and have contracts with the Alberta and Saskatchewan governments, Alexander First Nations and Alexis Sioux First Nations along with a number of cooperation agreements with other industrial spill response, industrial/ oilfield fire, safety, and medical providers to ensure your sites are always safe. We look forward to forging new relationships in the future with energy producers, as we have an eye for sustainable growth in our market share.
 

 

 

 

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the month of JANUARY 2016, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the First Quarter 2017, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's progress report for the month of FEBRUARY 2016, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the Second Quarter 2017, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the month of MARCH 2016, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the Third Quarter 2017, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the month of MAY 2016, click the link on the right.

Stay tuned for Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the Fourth Quarter in 2017

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the month of JUNE 2016, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the month of JULY 2016, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the month of AUGUST 2016, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the month of SEPTEMBER 2016, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the month of OCTOBER 2016, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the month of NOVEMBER 2016, click the link on the right.

To view Onoway Regional Fire's Progress for the month of DECEMBER 2016, click the link on the right.

David Ives

President/Fire Chief

Shari Ives
Administration Officer

Lee Lindstrom

 

Captain

Ashley Ives

Lieutenant 

Erik Ives

 

Captain

Sarah Ives

Lieutenant