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Calling All Female Fire Chiefs and Company Officers! (FFCN)


"Because it’s 2018". The Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs is pleased to establish the Female Fire Chiefs and Company Officers Network of Canada. 


All CAFC members are invited to nominate female chief fire and company officers for membership.  All female fire chiefs and company officers are welcomed to join (see below).


The purpose of this network is to help make the association and the fire service reflect the richness of Canadian society. It will provide policy leadership, mentorship, networking, education and the celebration of female leaders.


 “By building that diversity info our fire service and our departments, we will have a better link to the communities we serve.” - Chief Keri Martens  


Do You Know Any Female Fire Chiefs or Company Officers?


We need your help reaching out to female Fire Chiefs and Company Officers across Canada by:


  1. Telling them about the FFCN by sharing this webpage.
  2. Providing your nomination of a female fire chief or company officer (name and location) here.

Who can join?


All female fire chiefs and company officers who are eligible to join the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs. 


How to Join the FFCN?


If you are currently a member of the CAFC you will be entered as a founding member of the Network unless you wish to opt out by advising us accordingly.


If you are not currently a member of CAFC and wish to join the FFCN, please click hereIf you are a first time member and join before September 1, 2018 we are offering reduced membership rates.


Benefits of Membership

  •  Members of the FFCN receive all CAFC member benefits
  • Access and provide Education, Mentorship and Support
  • Engage in Policy Development, Leadership and Research
  • Celebrate and advance this emerging area of leadership

FFCN Founding Members


CAFC's Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Committee is being chaired by Keri Martens, Deputy Fire Chief for the Town of Canmore. The D&I committee’s goal is to assist in promoting diversity and inclusion across the fire service in Canada.  You can learn more about the Diversity and Inclusion committee here



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