Rocky View County

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coal_man
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Rocky View County

Postby coal_man » Mon Jul 08, 2013 10:50 pm

Take a look at these articles. Just a little glimpse of the struggles facing Rocky View Local 4794. Rocky View County Fire Service was first on scene in Bragg Creek the morning of Thursday, June 20th helping evacuate residents due to the unprecedented flood waters that ripped through and destroyed thousands of properties in Southern Alberta. On the morning of Friday, June 21st ALL full time firefighter positions were officially eliminated from the Rocky View County Fire Service. We risk our lives day in and day out without asking for a reward or even a pat on the back, all we would like is to still have our jobs the following day. Is that too much to ask?

http://www.rockyviewweekly.com/article/ ... on-dispute

http://www.rockyviewweekly.com/article/ ... sentatives

http://www.rockyviewweekly.com/article/ ... sentatives

RidleyWalker
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Postby RidleyWalker » Wed Jul 10, 2013 9:11 am

What do you mean all fulltimers were let go? The article says they let 12 of the 60 go. Aren't there still 48 left?

KootenayKid
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Postby KootenayKid » Fri Jul 12, 2013 10:35 pm

I believe the remaining 48 are POC positions and there are more than 48 ff. The requirement is to put in a minimum of 2 24 hour shifts a month as a POC last I heard.


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