Welcome to the Churchbridge Fire Rescue Website
Churchbridge is located along Highway 16 in Southeastern Saskatchewan, approximately 30 Km west of the Saskatchewan/Manitoba border.
We operate from one station located at 313 Raikes Street South with Engine 3 and Rescue 2. With our volunteer staff of 15 members, we provide fire suppression, rescue, medical first responders and public education to the residents of Churchbridge and surrounding area
Ready to Volunteer?
Do you want to give back to the community? Do you enjoy helping others? Why not volunteer with Churchbridge Fire Rescue?
Getting started is as easy as contacting any one of our members for more information or you can drop by any meeting night. Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm.
Did you know?
- Average of 42 injuries
- Average of 6 fatalities
- Cooking equipment
- Heating equipment
Churchbridge Fire Rescue would like to congratulate Captain Curtis Bjarnason and Safety Officer Dustin Eskra on their recent promotion to Deputy Chief.
Message of Thanks
Fire Chief Kevin Eskra and Churchbridge Fire Rescue extend a heartfelt thank you to Fire Commissioner Duane McKay; Fire Chief Brian Starkell, Nipawin Fire; SVFFA President Doug Lapchuck; SAFC District 5 Representative Deputy Chief Harry Wilkins, Yorkton Fire; Firefighter Ted Putland, Yorkton Fire; and, Firefighter Mitchell Lapchuck, Balgonie Fire for their support in attending the funeral of our Firefighter Dylan Berg. Words cannot express what it meant to have the support of our Saskatchewan Fire Services brotherhood in this difficult time for our department.
We would also like to thank the numerous Fire Departments, SAFC and SVFFA members from across Saskatchewan that sent messages of condolences and offered support.
Chief Eskra would like to thank Langenburg Fire Department for covering our call area the day of the funeral allowing us to pay our respects to Dylan and his family.
Lastly, Chief Eskra would like to thank Churchbridge Fire Rescue for the support and unity that they have given each other while grieving the loss of their brother. Remember to celebrate Dylan's life and cherish the memories he has left each of you. Never to be Forgotten!
God Bless you all.
Love and Peace!
This week we laid to rest one of our own. His sudden passing has left us heartbroken. We will cherish the great memories of Dylan so he will never be forgotten.
Rest easy brother.
Love and peace!
Mosaic Potash Fire Competition
Saturday April 23, Mosaic Potash in-house fire competition with be held in Churchbridge at the curling rink. The event will run from 7 am to 2 pm, rain or shine. Admission is free.
Fire Safety at CPS - April 11/16
Deputy Fire Chief Dustin Eskra and Firefighter Darren Arseneault accompanied the Wa Wa Shriners at the Churchbridge Public School the morning of April 11th. They assisted the Wa Wa Shriners with a presentation on burns and fire safety at home for the grade 1 - 6 classes.
Firefighter Arsenault explaining a firefighters turnout gear to the K-4 students.
Firefighter Dean Evans showing the students Engine 3
Firefighter Tanner Eskra with CPS Students
Explaining cooking safety and fire extinguisher use to Grades 8-12
Firefighters Eskra, Evans, Arsenault, Kornaga and Fire Chief Eskra with the Fire Chief of the day Nicole G. and Deputy Chief of the day Royce R.
Firefighter Arsenault pouring a cup of water onto a pan of burning cooking oil.
The result of pouring a cup of water on the burning pan of cooking oil.
Churchbridge Manor Presentation
Canadian Fallen Firefighter Memorial
Did you know:
There are 5000 to 6000 volunteer firefighters in the Province of Saskatchewan
There are 127 000 volunteer firefighters in Canada
Approximately 3500 of Canada's 4000 fire departments are volunteer
80% of Canada is protected by volunteer firefighters
Non Fire Emergency - December 22/16
Motor Vehicle Collision - July 25/16
At 1:20 pm, firefighters were dispatched to a MVC 8 Km east of Churchbridge on highway 16. A car and semi unit collided resulting in the car stopping a field south of the highway. Crews used the jaws of life to extricate the driver, who was the lone occupant. The driver was then treated and transported by EMS to the hospital with minor injuries.
Returned to service at 2:45 pm
Wildland Fire - May 3/16
CFR was dispatched to a wildland fire shortly after 6:00 pm, Tuesday evening. The fire began as a controlled burn of a slough but a change in the wind direction caused the fire to jump a road and the land owner lost control of the fire. The crew of 8 firefighters worked just over two hours to contain the fire to an area of brush just short of and old farm yard that contained bee hives.
Back in Service at 8:30 pm.
Wildland Fire - April 19/16
At 7:10 pm, firefighters were dispatched to a wildland fire 3 Km east of Churchbridge, along highway 16. The fire was contained to a small area between the CP rail line and a farmers field. The fire was quickly extinguished after fire crews arrived. CP Rail employees were on scene during our arrival and it is believed that the passing train had started the fire.
Returned to Service at 8:30 pm