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Esquimalt welcomes new deputy fire chief

Ray Saurette, a 30-year veteran and previous Saanich fire chief, has become the deputy fire chief of Esquimalt.

Saurette began his career in Airdre, Alta., in 1981 and has also held senior fire positions at Jasper National Park and with B.C. Hydro’s fire rescue team.

He replaces outgoing deputy chief Gord Anderson.

 

 

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