Fire Department

Providing fire protection for St. Laurent our group of 19 volunteers are here to serve you.  Located in the heart of St. Laurent at 143 Veteran's Memorial Rd.

Contact the RM of St. Laurent Fire Chief       
Chad Malfait 


 Your St. Laurent Fire Department

The fire department operates out of two buildings located at 135 Veterans Memorial Road, with fully equipped fleet of emergency vehicles consisting of:  1 pumper, 1 tender, 1 rapid response truck, 1 bush truck and 1 ATV.

The St. Laurent Fire Department is a volunteer team of paid on-call firefighters to safely protect lives and property through fire prevention, education and fire suppression. They provided emergency response services for fires, and other incidents such as; offer support to our neighbouring communities, Stars landing, lift assist for EMS, Motor Vehicle Collisions, and help with disaster response and recovery efforts.

We also issue burn permits, to regulate and oversee controlled burning activities within the RM of St. Laurent. These permits help ensure that burns are conducted safely and minimize the risk of wildfires. They often specify the conditions under which burning is allowed, such as weather conditions, time of day, and types of materials that can be burned. If you’re looking to obtain a burn permit, it’s best to check with your local fire department by calling the RM of St. Laurent at (204) 646-2259.

The fire department also conducts building inspections. These inspections are crucial for ensuring that buildings comply with fire safety regulations and are equipped to handle emergencies. They typically involve checking fire alarms, sprinkler systems, emergency exits and other safety measures to prevent and respond to fires effectively. Regular inspections help identify potential hazards and ensure that buildings meet safety standards to protect occupants and property.

This service cannot be given without the support of the RM of St. Laurent, community, the firefighters who collectively give thousands of hours each year responding to emergencies and attending the specialized training and their families for their support and understanding.

If you have any questions regarding fire and life safety or have questions on the operations of this department, please feel free to contact us at