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Canadian Fire Alarm Association

The Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA) is a not-for-profit organization established in 1973 by a group of dedicated fire alarm industry experts. Now representing more than 400 member organizations with nine chapters across Canada, our mission is “to maximize the effectiveness and use of fire alarm systems in the protection of life and property in Canada”. The CFAA offers education and training programs to more than 3500 Registered Fire Alarm Technicians and Trainees, in addition to other industry stakeholders. CFAA’s

vision is to be the definitive national resource for fire alarm related information, education, qualifications, and expertise with active chapters across Canada.

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Institution of Fire Engineers, Canada Branch

Established in 1918, IFE is a non-profit organization with a rapidly growing membership of over 10,000 and a global reach that extends through 42 international branches. IFE Canada Branch was inaugurated on June 1, 1994 by the International President at the then Fire Fighters’ Club in Markham, Ontario. Over the years we have expanded our membership base and have gained members in every province of Canada. Our objective; To encourage and improve the science and practice of Fire Extinction, Fire Prevention, Emergency Management, Life Safety, Fire Engineering and all operations and expedients connected therewith, and to give an impulse to ideas likely to be useful in connection with or in relation to such science and practice to the members of the institution and to the community at large.

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Society of Fire Protection Engineers,
Southern Ontario Chapter

The Southern Ontario Chapter of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers was established on November 14, 1965, with the purpose of advancing the art and science of fire protection engineering and its allied fields, for reducing life and property losses from fire, and maintaining high ethical standards amongst its members. Operating as a not-for-profit organization, the chapter strives to facilitate sharing of sound engineering experiences and knowledge with its 500 plus members, the fire protection community, and with public by providing technical and networking sessions. The chapter is grateful for the opportunity to give back to charities, including the Sick Kids Burn Clinic, the SFPE Foundation, and through our own Thomas Chiang Scholarship for students excelling in a fire protection program.

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