The Lesser Slave Regional Fire Service is a unique service within the province of Alberta, made up of two different municipalities the LSRFS operates as a single service and is funded by both the Town of Slave Lake and The Municipal District of Lesser Slave River. We have five fire stations across our service area and cover over 500km of primary and secondary highways within the region. We are a combination service consisting of 8 fulltime staff, 75 paid-on-call firefighters and 25 volunteer search and rescue members. The LSRFS offers a wide variety of emergency response from structure fires, wildland fires, vehicle fires, motor vehicle collisions, medical co-response and specialty incidents such as water, rope and hazardous materials response. We also operate three specialty teams that are compromised of protective services members from emergency response agencies throughout the region, these consist of Water Rescue (ice, swift and boat rescue), Technical Rescue (rope and confined space rescue), and Hazmat (all hazardous materials response). On top of this we also operate a Search & Rescue team that consists of 25 volunteers, you can find info on Lesser Slave Lake Search & Rescue in the sidebar.