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Area ServedEdit

Six Nations of the Grand River is the most populous first nation band in Canada, with over 12,000 living on reserve.

Department ProfileEdit

The department has 33 volunteer / paid-on-call firefighters and a full-time chief and deputy. Six Nations Fire is dispatched by Brant County Fire Department and is part of a mutual aid agreement with Brant and Brantford Fire Department. Six Nations Training Academy Station 5 will be the training centre for all Canadian First Nations communities.

All units are black over red except P5 which is white over red.

HistoryEdit

Fire StationsEdit

Station Address In Service Notes
Fire Station 1 17 Veterans Lane, Oshweken 196? - 2014 Closed and demolished due to issues with mould. Replaced with a new building on the same site.

Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Fire Station 1 - 17 Veterans LaneEdit

Opened 2016

Pump-Rescue 1 (2010-08) - 2010 E-One Typhoon (1250/800/50F) (SN xxx1006289)
Pump 1 - 2006 American LaFrance Metropolitan (1050/1250/50F) (SN#1847)
Ladder 1 - 2016 Pierce Enforcer (1750/400/107' Ascendant) (SN#29108) (ex-stock)
Squad 1 2008 Ford / Demers (former ambulance)

Fire Station 2 - 625 Second Line, Sour SpringsEdit

Pump 2 - 2006 American LaFrance Metropolitan (1050/1000/50F) (SN#1845)
Tanker 2 - 1991 International 4900 / Dependable (450/1800) (ex-King Township Fire and Emergency Services)

Fire Station 3 - 2134 Cayuga RoadEdit

Pump 3 - 2006 American LaFrance Metropolitan (1050/1000/50F) (SN#1846)
Tanker 3 - 1991 International 4900 / 2016 Dependable (-/1500)

Fire Station 4 - 2852 Third LineEdit

Pump 4 (2002-04) - 2002 Pierce Contender (1050/500) (SN#13052)

Fire Station 5 (Training Academy) - 2470 4th Line Edit

Pump 5 - 1996 Ford F800 / Superior (1050/1000) (SN#SE 1565)
Ladder 2 - 1994 Spartan Metro Star SMFD / Superior (1050/450/50' Telesqurt) (SE#1381) (ex-Leamington Fire Services)
Parade Unit - 1953 Bickle-Seagrave pumper (840/200) (ex-RCAF Station Gimli Fire Department)

Retired ApparatusEdit

1999 International 4900 / Dependable heavy rescue
1991 International 4900 / Robica-Forman tanker (-/1500) (New body/tank, 2016)
1986 Ford C800 / Almonte pumper (625/800) (SN#1687)
1986 Ford E350 / Reading light rescue
1982 Ford C / King pumper (625/800) (SN#810026)
1979 Ford C900 / King pumper (625/800) (SN#79008)
1973 International Cargostar / King pumper (625/?) (SN#73035)
1946 Bickle-Seagrave Custom Open Cab pumper (ex-Hamilton Fire Department)

External LinksEdit

Six Nations Fire Department

Station mapEdit

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