9 breaches of Regina’s 1st ever fire ban

9 breaches of Regina's 1st ever fire ban
City of Regina hires new fire chief
The City of Regina has received nine reports of people breaching its first ever fire ban, which was enacted on Friday due to tinder-dry conditions described by the city's fire marshal as the worst he's ever seen. At 5 p.m. CST on Friday, the city

The City of Regina has received nine reports of people breaching its first ever fire ban, which was enacted on Friday due to tinder-dry conditions described by the city's fire marshal as the worst he's ever seen. At 5 p.m. CST on Friday, the city …

9 breaches of Regina's 1st ever fire ban

After a national search, Regina's acting fire chief has been hired to do the job permanently. Layne Jackson was named to the job on Tuesday afternoon by the city manager, Chris Holden. Chief Ernie Polsom no longer with Regina fire department. Jackson … . The City of Regina has a new fire chief, 20 year veteran member Layne Jackson. Jackson's appointment was announced at a news conference on Tuesday. Jackson has served in a number of roles with Regina Fire and Protective Services over the last two

Layne Jackson has been named the city's new chief of Regina Fire and Protective Service. Regina Leader-Post More from Regina Leader-Post. Published on: September 12, 2017 | Last Layne Jackson, left

Jackson has been acting chief for the last six months. He's also a 20-year veteran of fire services and was deputy chief for eight years. “It's definitely a chance to make it my own,” Jackson said. “When acting [chief] there's always the stigma with …

Regina City Manager Chris Holden (right) introduces media to the city's new fire Chief Layne Jackson on Sept. 12, 2017. (Kevin Martel/980 CJME). He's already served in the role for the past six months and now the City of Regina has officially named … . After a six month search, the city of Regina has found its next Fire Chief. Layne Jackson was introduced by City Manager Chris Holden on Tuesday at City Hall. Jackson, who grew up in the Ogema area spent the last six months as the department's interim

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