We would like to extend our deepest thanks to our dedicated volunteers and everyone who makes running this museum possible.

Ted Kuryluk and all the other members of the Fire Fighter’s Historical Society

The City of Winnipeg

Winnipeg Paramedic Service

Barb Kuryluk – Newspaper and Library Archives

Mae Moist & Nancy Haywood – Records and Archives

Pat English – Archive Pictures

Winnipeg Free Press – Archives

Shelley Sweeney – Head of University of Manitoba Archives and Special Collections

Winnipeg Tribune Archives

Larry Klassen – Pensioners Archives

DueNorth Systems, Sesame Design – web support

Halldor Bjarnason – author of We Hold Thee Safe

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We gratefully accept any donations, volunteers, and other community support. Become a contributor to the preservation of Winnipeg’s history today.

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The Winnipeg Fire Museum aims to entertain and educate our visitors about the current processes and historical stories of the fire service and the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service.

The Firefighter’s Historical Society of Winnipeg aims to discover, collect, preserve, refurbish, and/or re-build significant equipment, apparatus, and materials related to the history and heritage of the local fire service, and promote and encourage public interest, accessibility, and appreciation for the fire profession.

The Winnipeg Fire Museum relies on your donations in order to continue with our mission. Please follow the link below to make a secure, charitable donation.  




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