Brampton Fire and Emergency Services to hold Virtual Career Info Session on September 1

From left: Bill Boyes, Ryan Agard and Michelle John

Are you looking for a job in the fire services?

Brampton Fire and Emergency Services (BFES)  is seeking to recruit  members of the  Black community.

And towards this end, it will be holding its Virtual Career Info Session for the Black Community on Thursday September1.

Chief Andrew Boys

According to the BFES,career opportunities are not just limited to firefighting  but also available in other divisions, such as Fire Prevention, Fire/Life Safety Education, Communications and Apparatus and Maintenance, and Emergency Measures.

“A career with BFES offers flexibility, a competitive salary and an opportunity to work with an exceptional group of people who really care about our community. ” says Brampton Fire Chief  Bill Boyes.

Ryan Agard

Ryan Agard, Brampton’s captain of firefighting who has been with the BFES for  25 years, says ” it’s been a rewarding career.

“I value the flexibility so I can spend time with my family, and I love being part of a supportive, tight-knit group that helps the Brampton community in its time of need.”

The next BFES firefighter recruitment will be held in the Fall.

Michelle John

 For more information about the recruitment drive or to register for the information session, visit or email