Do YOU Have What it Takes?

The fire and rescue service is one of the most diverse and challenging professions.

It is this diversity that inspires most men and women to enter the service – as volunteers, part-time professionals, and career employees.

Imagine having to train for situations such as building fires, hazardous chemical spills, heart attacks, vehicle accidents, and almost any imaginable emergency situation in between.

This diversity must be met by the commitment of firefighters to respond to calls day or night, in rain or snow, under potentially stressful and emotional circumstances.

All of these factors contribute to a personally rewarding experience.


  • A Canadian Class 5 Drivers License (minimum)
  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Ability to understand and communicate in English (written and oral)
  • Physically able to perform tasks/duties of the job
  • Able to commit to training and respond to emergency calls
  • Live and/or work in the response area
  • No conviction of a criminal offense related to the job duties of a firefighter

Our Mission

Under the direction of our Chief, and through the abilities of our members, the Kindersley Fire Department will provide the most effective Fire and Emergency services to the extent our training allows. We will do so while promoting safety and quality of life. We are here to serve our community.

Vision Statement

The Kindersley Fire Department will reach and exceed their objectives through continuous training.

We aim to support and be a part of our community. We will remain in the public eye through social media, education, participation at local events, fundraising, and more.

We will provide the most capable Fire and Emergency Service possible, while remaining professional, ethical, and recognizing the rights of others.


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Our Department

See more about what makes the Kindersley Fire Brigade a success

Meet Our Team

Our members make what we do possible.