Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation
Fire Chief Harold 'Hal' Harrison
Colinton, Alberta
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Honouring the Fallen

The Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation was created to HONOUR and REMEMBER firefighters who have been killed in the line of duty and to SUPPORT their families. The CFFF is a registered charity and operates by fundraising.

The 2015 Memorial took place Sunday September 13th at 10:30 AM.  The 2015 Honourary Host was the Saskatchewan Fire Services. THe CFFF would like to extend it sincerest thanks for all their hard work.


    Ladders Up Auction 2016


    The 2016 Ladders Up for the Foundation Auction is in full swing. Check out the great items available to bid on with all proceeds going to the CFFF. Lots of great items from Fire Gear and Equipment to great gift ideas.

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Memorial DVD


2014 CFM Ceremony DVD's are now available.
The Ceremony Videos make a great keepsake.
$20.00 ea. plus shipping.

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Education Program

Scholarship & Bursaries

The Foundation awards Scholarships and Bursaries to the children and spouses of Fallen Firefighters recognized by the Foundation. 

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Honouring the Fallen

The Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation is a registered, non-profit charitable corporation, governed by a Board of Directors composed of member of the Canadian Fire Service and other interested Canadians dedicated to honouring Canada's fallen firefighters.

LODD Recognition Application

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Courage Publication

Volume 11 is now available - View all the publications of Courage magazine online in digital format.

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Mississauga Boston Pizza (Courtneypark location) a Great Success

April 23rd, 2016

The Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation annual fundraiser at the Mississauga Boston Pizza (Courtneypark location) was a great success. Approximately $5000... Read More


Alberta Fire Chiefs Association Conference

May 29th, 2016

The CFFF will be attending The Alberta Fire Chiefs Association Trade Show at The Grey Eagle Resort & Casino, Calgary,... Read More