Safe Community Grant Helps Saskatchewan Volunteers Douse Prairie Fires

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Safe Community Grant Helps Saskatchewan Volunteers Douse Prairie Fires

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Prairie fire superheroes http://3bl.me/vwnc95 receive $30k grant from @Enbridge

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A $30,000 Enbridge Safe Community grant paid for the lion's share of a purpose-built grass firefighting unit to be used across Saskatchewan's Rural Municipality of Edenwold No. 158.

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 - 8:40am

CAMPAIGN: Community Investment at Enbridge

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Volunteer firefighters are real-life action heroes — without the set, the director, and the special effects. But even a hero can use a hand every now and then.

“One thing we’d identified that we were sorely missing, for some time, was a rapid-response vehicle that would get us to grass fires within our rural municipality,” recalls Dave Campbell, longtime chief of the Balgonie, Sask., Fire Department.

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Keywords: Social Impact & Volunteering | Corporate Social Responsibility | Enbridge | Firefighting | Safe Communities | Safe Community grants | Saskatchewan | community safety | csr

CAMPAIGN: Community Investment at Enbridge

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