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HistoryEdit

The Municipality of Central Manitoulin was formed in 1998. The Townships of Carnarvon and Sandfield were amalgamated with unorganized territory around Spring Bay. Three fire departments were merged to create the new fire service:

Fire StationsEdit

Station Address In Service Notes
Fire Station 6187 Highway 542, Mindemoya 1998 (amalgamation)-2018 Built 1960. Former Carnarvon Township Fire Station 1.

Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Fire Station 1 - 9292 Highway 542, Spring BayEdit

Unit 6101 - 1996 GMC Top Kick tanker
Unit 6102 - 2007 Sterling Acterra / 2009 Fort Garry pumper (1050/800) (SN#M095)
Unit 6103 - 1994 GMC Top Kick tanker

Fire Station 2 - Highway 542, MindemoyaEdit

Opened 2018

Unit 6104 - 2012 International 4400 / Fort Garry pumper (1050/800) (SN#M379)
International tanker

Fire Station 3 - 3737 Highway 542, Big LakeEdit

Built 1988

Unit 6106 -
Unit 6107 -

Fire Station 4 - 5099 Highway 551, Providence BayEdit

Unit 6108 - 1979 International S1924 / Thibault front-mount pumper (625/750) (SN#T79-111) (former Ontario Fire Marshal unit)

Assignment UnknownEdit

2012 Ford
2006 Pierce Contender pumper

Retired ApparatusEdit

1987 Ford E350 cube van rescue
1986 E-One Hurricane pumper (1050/600) (ex-Woodstock Fire Department (Ontario))
1984 Ford L800 tanker
1979 Ford C900 / Pierreville pumper (SN#PFT-1010) (ex-Rio Algom Mines)
1978 International tanker (-/1800)
1977 Ford C / Thibault pumper (840/1500) (SN#T76-191) (ex-Ajax Fire and Emergency Services)
1960 Mercury C / King pumper (625/?) (SN#6009) (ex-Sudbury Fire Department (Ontario))
Ford L800 tanker

Station MapEdit

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