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Each year Nova Scotia Fire Fighters respond to thousands of emergency calls. Fire fighters respond to the problem as quickly as possible, but the commitment and dedication to the injured does not end when the emergency is under control and trucks are back in the station.

Incorporated by local fire fighters in 1983, the Nova Scotia Fire Fighters' Burn Treatment Society is a non-profit charity that has contributed burn care equipment and educational materials to our local hospitals, assisted burn survivors with post hospital care, and supported burn survivors with their ongoing issues as they continue the long struggle to recover physically and emotionally. The reward is immeasurable as we witness milestone moments in a survivors long road to recovery.

If you are interseted in becoming a member of the Society, or wish to contribute to our efforts financially, please feel free to contact us.

NSFFBTS Has Moved To A New Internet Host Provider

The Nova Scotia Fire Fighters Burn Treatment Society has moved our website service to a new internet host provider, HostPapa. The new host provides us with many new features we hope to take advantage of starting in the new year. New email addresses are currently in place for Society Executive members Charman Dave Collier (dcollier@nsffbts.ca) and Treasurer Jim Benoit (jbenoit@nsffbts.ca).

2018 Bowl-A-Thon Tax Receipts

The NSFFBTS Treasurer is working on these now. We are hoping to have them out to the bowling team members for distribution to the donors by the end of November. Donors are reminded tax receipts are only issued automatically on donations of $20 or more and only if you provided your full mailing address (CRA regulations).

Change Your Clock ...
CHECK YOUR BATTERY

A great time to check your smoke detectors batteries is when the time changes in the Spring and the Fall to ensure your family is protected with early smoke / fire detection. The time went back 1 hour on November 4. Did you change your smoke detector battery?