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Provincial Volunteer

Did you know each year the Province hosts a luncheon for volunteers? All volunteers are to be nominated from someone in their community. Do you know someone in Stewiacke who is deserving of this award? If so, please head to the provincial volunteer award website and place your nomination.

The deadline to do so is February 16th, 2018 and the luncheon will take place April 9th, 2018.  

If you would like to fill out a nomination form on paper, there are copies available at the Town Office.

Welcome to Stewiacke River Crossing

Stewiacke River Crossing

Our 120-acre development embraces space for residential and commercial growth in the town of Stewiacke. There is space for multi-unit and single-family homes, which will include villas and town houses, as well as designated space for commercial, retail, offices, warehousing, and light manufacturing.

The Stewiacke River Crossing project utilizes Dexter Construction, Allison Land Surveys, and ABLE Engineering as supporting contractors and services companies. We are proud to be utilizing local suppliers like the Stewiacke Home Hardware Building Centre.

Come live, work, and play in Stewiacke!

SRC Launch Pricing 2017

Volunteer Firefighter Recruitment in Stewiacke

If you like helping people, appreciate continuous learning, and are physically fit, you may be an ideal candidate for a position as a volunteer firefighter. Stewiacke & District Volunteer Fire Department is dedicated to saving lives and protecting property through fire prevention, fire suppression, and public education. Junior Fire Fighter Age 15-18. Regular Member 19 and up.

What is it like to be a volunteer firefighter?

As a volunteer firefighter, you’ll start by learning. The first step is to successfully complete SFD’s Volunteer Firefighter Recruit Training, in which you’ll learn the basic skills required to respond to emergencies.   After that, you can expect an average of 25–35 hours per month of additional training, emergency responses, and meetings.You will also be expected to:Perform firefighting duties and other related work as required Respond to and work in all types of weather Work in a safe manner, in accordance with your training Participate in community events as required Carry a pager (provided) and respond to emergencies when available Participate in weekly training Be conscientious and dependable

What are the benefits of being a volunteer firefighter?

Service to your community
Free training
Flexible time commitment
Personal reward, excitement and comradery.

Before you apply, make sure that you have the following qualifications:

A driver's abstract demonstrating a safe driving record
A clean criminal record check
Be legally entitled to work in Canada
Ability to communicate in English
Normal vision and hearing Physically and medically fit
No phobias of confined heights or spaces

Quarterly Newsletter Information

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