• Your Stories: Jacquelyn Bell

    Posted June 11, 2020

    Jacquelyn Bell | Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

    My mom has sewn masks for our family members to wear if we have to go into the public. She has also dropped off hot meals on all her kids porches, trying to show her commitment to her family and the community by socially distancing

  • Your Stories: Richard Stone

    Posted June 11, 2020

    Richard Stone | Airdrie, Alberta

    In short, I got called back to work at the beginning of March. My wife is in Montana. I have not seen her in 3 months. I have been servicing Airdrie as a Captain.

  • Your Stories: Robert Currie

    Posted June 11, 2020

    Robert Currie | Orilla, Ontario

    My wife has been my hero. We had our second child during this, and has managed a newborn and type 1 diabetic toddler when I am on shift. No idea how she does it!

  • Your Stories: Alan Thomas

    Posted June 11, 2020

    Alan Thomas | Toronto, Ontario

    We are from the Active-Retiree Group in Toronto (3888) We continue to check in on each other and communicate as much information as we can in order to keep our members safe and healthy. Thank you, from the Retired Toronto Fire Fighters Association.

  • Your Stories: Ontario

    Posted June 10, 2020

    My wife has been a true hero. We had our daughter last June, she has been stuck at home alone with no backup child care, unable to use our parents for babysitting. Her entire life is on hold now while this is all going on, and makes sure every day our daughter is taken care of.

  • Your Stories: Terry Howe

    Posted June 10, 2020

    Terry Howe | Sarnia, Ontario

    Yes! My wife and daughter deliver food each week through a local org. called Sarnia Blessings.
    Delivering food for those in need, less fortunate, and those affected by COVID.

  • Your Stories: Corey Lott

    Posted June 09, 2020

    Corey Lott | Regina, Saskatchewan

    My wife has spent since March with the kids (ages 5 and 3) while working from home. She has been a HERO working harder than ever. The kids have became even better friends than before.

    I appreciate their sacrifices while I go to work.

  • Your Stories: Tom Coffey

    Posted June 09, 2020

    Tom Coffey | Medicine Hat, Alberta

    During COVID our fire family has been hit with some crappy news of two of our member's cancer taking hold in a more aggressive way. This news in the last couple of weeks has added to the stress levels of our entire fire family.

  • Your Stories: Anne-Marie Jacobs

    Posted June 07, 2020

    Anne-Marie Jacobs | Pritchard, BC

    My husband is an RCMP officer and has been working tirelessly for us and his community. He truly is my hero!

  • Your Stories: Skylar Keen

    Posted June 06, 2020

    Skylar Keen | Cochrane, Alberta

    I've been working the whole time as a firefighter for rockyview county and a peace officer for the city of Calgary.