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Legacy Regional Protective Services responds to and mitigates emergencies involving the rescue of persons, incidents of fire, unplanned releases of dangerous goods, and other emergency events. We protect the Rural Municipalities tax base and support economic development through inspection, prevention and enforcement. Educational programs are aimed at eliminating fire and safety hazards in the home and workplace. Department members pride themselves on providing professional, competent services to create a safe and comfortable environment for the citizens of the RM of Wilton.

This website contains a growing collection of information on all of our programs, volunteer opportunities, community relations initiatives and fire safety. Please check back often, or contact us for further information.


Our region consists of Three Fire Stations positioned strategically across the region that work alongside each other offering support, shared resources and training ensuring the highest level of services and response times. 

LRPS 2019 Summer Fest 

 

 Husky

Husky provides Community Grant Program funding for not-for-profit organizations that its employees support through volunteerism.  The grant funding goes toward project-based activities that are important to the organizations overall work. In this way, Husky supports its employees where they live and work, building strong and vibrant communities. 
 
Employees Mark Ainsle and Owen Dayton are long standing volunteer firefighters with Legacy Regional Protective Services. We are very appreciative of their  support and the funding received through the Husky Community Grant Program that will aid in our equipment maintenance and training costs this year.

The work already completed by the formation of Legacy Regional Protective Services was the proud recipient of the 2016 Regional Cooperation Award awarded by SMA (Saskatchewan Municipal Awards).      

 

 

  

 

2018 Stats per Call

Vehicle Fire/ Equipment Fire

7

Structure Fire

4

Grass/Wildland/Brush Fire

9

Motor Vehicle Collision

23

*Other (emS assist – CO2 Alarms – Oil Tank Fire – Smell of Gas)

7

False Alarm

19

Mutual Aid

2

 **Not Dispatched (Calls received from 911 via phone)  2

Total Responses 2018

73 - 10% Increase from 2017

 Total Responses 2017  63