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The Kootenay Boundary Regional Fire Rescue is currently taking applications for paid on-call firefighters in Rossland.

For those who have a yen for warmer places, there is a calling for you.

The Kootenay Boundary Regional Fire Rescue is currently taking applications for paid on-call firefighters in Rossland.

If you are interested in serving the community by becoming a paid, on call firefighter in Rossland—or at anyone of the five other departments—you can pick up an application form at KBRFR headquarters located at #201-843 Rossland Ave. in Trail.

Company number one in Rossland is at 2044 Second Ave.

Warfield, Genelle, Trail, Montrose and Fruitvale are also looking for a few good men and women.

Applicants must be 19 years or older and possess a valid driver’s license. Applications are to include a driver’s abstract and criminal record check.

Criminal record checks will be returned and all information will be kept confidential. If you have any questions, please contact regional fire chief Terry Martin at 364-1737, Monday to Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

 

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