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fire hall

n. Chiefly Canada & Upper Northern US
A fire station.

fire hall

n
1. (Building) US and Canadian a fire station
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Residents of the community of Kenogami Lake will benefit from a modernized community centre and fire hall as a result of a Government of Canada investment of $11,100.
The volunteer fire department added a new truck bay to their fire hall (to house their brand new pumper) without applying for a building permit.
Yes, the Brad Pitt film will be screened, for free, Saturday night at the Seeley Lake Fire Hall.
They braved the frigid cold to pack a fire hall and voice their concerns about how best to unearth and dispose of hundreds of barrels of radioactive nuclear waste buried on a 144-acre tract in Parks Township.
Eckstrom contacted the nearby County of Grande Prairie to see if their Regional Fire Services department would provide training at the fire hall in Horse Lake.
Katz, one half of the owners' management committee (Norcross is the other), said he didn't get to vote on Marimow's ouster and filed a lawsuit to get the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist back (and to fire Hall for firing Marimow).
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, said July 2 that it and First Caribbean Intl Bank have invested US$15 million to resurface Sangster Intl Airport's single runway and support other safety upgrades, such as the construction of a new fire hall.
Every evening the duty crew cleaned the fire hall, and on weekends we did major cleaning that lasted most of the day .
On Thursday, visitors to 'Being Biden' saw a photo of the vice president serving dinner rolls "during the Whitehall Neck Sportsman Club's Wild Game Dinner at the Volunteer Fire Hall in Leipsic, Delaware, March 4, 2013.
in 1978, a company responsible for many Southeast projects, including the construction of the Sitka Fire Hall, Craig High School and the renovation of Harbor View Elementary School.
It was carried on a Ford vehicle registered to Donald MacDonald, a firefighter at Fire Hall #2 at the northwest corner of Smith and York.