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Monday, June 27, 2016

New Fire Chief

David Cunliffe is the new Fire Chief for the City of Hamilton

Hamilton ON – June 27, 2016 – David Cunliffe has been appointed the new Fire Chief for the City of Hamilton effective immediately. David has been serving the citizens of Hamilton as the Deputy Fire Chief, Community Safety and Operational Services since 2007 and was Acting Fire Chief twice since 2007.

Community and Emergency Services General Manager Joe-Anne Priel says, “David has clearly illustrated he has the necessary skills and dedication to the Fire Department, Community and Emergency Services and the City of Hamilton. He has demonstrated significant depth in terms of Fire Service operations, and an understanding of the issues facing the service nationally, provincially and locally.”

David Cunliffe grew up in Hamilton and comes from a lineage of Hamilton firefighters with both his great grandfather and grandfather serving on the Hamilton Fire Department.

1 comment:

  1. AnonymousJune 29, 2016

    His family were true firefighters. Not this entitled bunch that he leads. Look at the York Regional Police as they have launched Work to Rule.

    Good for him though. It is great.

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