FNESS and IndigenousTech.ai are excited to announce the Industry Internship Program for Indigenous High School Students! No previous experience required. Deadline to apply is April 21, 2023. Contact email@example.com for more information.
2023 Indigenous Firefighters Competition
Competition and Training Registration The Team registration form must be completed by the Fire Chief (or designate) on behalf of the team. Each individual team member must complete the Individual registration form. Team Registration:...
FNESS is excited to announce the latest Get FireSmartTM Podcast, “Reigniting Indigenous Cultural Burning: A FNESS Feature” with Guest Dave Pascal.
“In this episode, we interview Dave Pascal, a Cultural & Prescribed Fire Specialist with the First Nations Emergency Services Society (FNESS). Dave discusses the importance of cultural and prescribed fire in British Columbia and the work he’s doing to revitalize...
FNESS Newsletter – the quarterly responder – December 2022
December 16, 2022 — Welcome to the December 2022 edition of the quarterly responder! FNESS Newsletter – the quarterly responder – Dec 2022
Winter Home Fire Safety – National Campaign
FNESS is proud to have partnered with Indigenous Services Canada to deliver a National Winter Home Fire Safety Campaign to First Nation communities across Canada. The intent of the campaign is to create community-based awareness of home fire hazards encountered during the winter months and learn how to mitigate hazards to keep your families safe.
Exciting New Pilot
Applications will be received starting December 9, 2022 until March 31, 2023 on a first come, first serve basis until funding is exhausted.
2022 Flood Resources – Before, During and After a Flood
Do you know what to do before, during and after a flood? We have compiled a list of flood resources you and your community can refer to. Download the resources here.
FNESS is Offering FREE On-line ESS Training Sessions
FNESS is pleased to announce that we are offering FREE on-line Emergency Support Services (ESS) training sessions every Thursday 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm starting November 2022. Download poster for details. If you are interested in attending or require more information, please contact FNESS Training Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
FNESS Fire Prevention Youth Bootcamp on Global News!
Click on the link below to view GlobalNews BC footage on the FNESS Fire Prevention Youth Bootcamp. https://globalnews.ca/video/rd/43ba2914-50df-11ed-bcd1-0242ac110007/?jwsource=cl
Call for Applications Open: ISC EM Non-Structural Mitigation & Preparedness Program
Call for applications now open. NO DEADLINE TO APPLY. Indigenous Services Canada: Emergency Management Non-Structural Mitigation and Preparedness program call for applications: 2022 to 2023 The Emergency Management Assistance Program (EMAP) provides funding to First Nations communities so they can build resiliency, prepare for natural hazards and respond using the 4 pillars of emergency management: mitigation preparedness response recovery EMAP supports non-structural…