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March 4, 2003
Interested in becoming a firefighter? Pick up a recruitment information package today
  
Toronto Fire Services is gearing up for an anticipated recruitment campaign.
Anyone interested in becoming a firefighter is encouraged to pick up an
information package from any of the City's Civic Centres. The information is
also available on-line at http://www.toronto.ca/fire.

Candidates are also invited to attend community information sessions to learn
more about the recruitment process and talk one-on-one with recruiters. For
further details about the information sessions or the recruitment process, call
416-392-FIRE (3473) or visit http://www.toronto.ca/fire.

Qualified applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada, be between 18
and 60 years of age and have completed, at minimum, a Grade 12 education (or
equivalent). There are no height or weight requirements.


Media Contact
Toronto Fire Services
416-392-FIRE (3473)

 

 

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