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Revelstoke Fire Department Chief Rob Girard (left) accepts a cheque for $2,000 from Ross Embury (middle), customer service technician with FortisBC. They are accompanied by Revelstoke councillor Phil Welock. The fire department plans to use the money to fit sea containers used for training with temperature sensors to further ensure firefighter safety during live exercises. Each year, FortisBC provides funding for a variety of community initiatives through its community investment program. - Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review
Revelstoke Fire Department Chief Rob Girard (left) accepts a cheque for $2,000 from Ross Embury (middle), customer service technician with FortisBC. They are accompanied by Revelstoke councillor Phil Welock. The fire department plans to use the money to fit sea containers used for training with temperature sensors to further ensure firefighter safety during live exercises. Each year, FortisBC provides funding for a variety of community initiatives through its community investment program.
— image credit: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review

Photo:Revelstoke Fire Department Chief Rob Girard (left) accepts a cheque for $2,000 from Ross Embury (middle), customer service technician with FortisBC. They are accompanied by Revelstoke councillor Phil Welock. The fire department plans to use the money to fit sea containers used for training with temperature sensors to further ensure firefighter safety during live exercises.

Each year, FortisBC provides funding for a variety of community initiatives through its community investment program.

 

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