Toronto Paramedic Service will be holding a memorial for Paramedic Nancy Fouineteau at their headquarters on 4330 Dufferin Street, Toronto at 1400 hours on Friday, May 2, 2014. All Paramedics, Police, and Fire who wish to attend are requested to wear full dress uniforms.
Today is the inaugural National First Responders Day. Thank you to all Paramedics, Police Officers, and Firefighters for all their hard work everyday across Canada. Please take a moment to reflect on what they do and the lives saved.
We mourn the passing of Toronto Paramedic Nancy Fouineteau who died suddenly. We have been informed that this was a non Line of Duty Death (non LODD). We endeavour to update information as we are made aware.
Please keep Nancy’s family and co workers in your thoughts.
An article that Nancy was featured in:
April 29, 2014 Update: Two Peel Paramedics were treated for smoke inhalation and released the same day as the fire. Two Mississauga Firefighters are still in hospital at this time. Two have been discharged from hospital. One of the two is set to be discharged home in the coming days. The critically injured Firefighter has been upgraded from critical to non-life threatening and has undergone numerous surgeries in the past couple of days. Please keep them in your thoughts for a speedy recovery.
Our thoughts are with our colleagues at Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services and station 105 as they battle a fire at an industrial storage warehouse in Malton. News is coming to us that 4 firefighters have been injured, one critically. Peel Paramedics are proudly assisting our emergency service colleagues.
We will endeavor to bring more information as it is received.
Scott Morgan is a Primary Care Paramedic with Durham Paramedic Service. He was involved in a serious off duty single vehicle motor vehicle collision on December 10, 2013. This incident has left Scott with serious but not life threatening injuries in which he was taken to Sunnybrook Hospital by ORNGE and is now recovering at home.
His Durham Paramedic Family would like you join them at their Fundraiser for Scott on Saturday May 3, 2014 at Heydenshore Pavillion (589 Water Street, Whitby, ON, L1N1A1). There will be two live bands as well as fundraiser games available.
Tickets can be purchased in advanced at Scott Morgan Fundraiser Tickets. There is also an option if you cannot attend the event to donate to Scott’s Trust Fund.
You can also donate at any RBC Branch:
The account is active and ready to receive donations.
If you wish to follow Scott Morgan Get Well Soon Facebook Page to watch his ongoing recovery.
Meeting held following inaugural Annual General Meeting at Tomken Reporting Station
Minutes prepared by Brandon Wiedemann
March 14 2014 at 1500
We are pleased to announce that Chief Peter Dundas will be speaking on behalf of the board at the fall service CME this year. Having Mr. Dundas’ support underscores the value of the Fund for all Region of Peel Paramedic Service employees: medics, management and support staff alike.
We are a grassroots organization of paramedics and support staff. We have already gained significant support from over 220 members of our 500 member staff.
One of our working group members is learning to build this blog. We work in prehospital medicine; not so often with computers and blogs.
If you would like to help with this site, please get in touch with Brandon Wiedemann or any of the current Directors.
Thanks to all involved.