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Firehouse

A building for fire equipment and the housing of firefighters. Firehouses are characterized by a combination of features, primarily, a garage and living quarters. Their particular size and shape sets them apart from other buildings.
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When she ventured out with job applications, his car was at the firehall, not his normal shift.
The Firehall Care specializes in gourmet breakfast sandwiches, grilled panini sandwiches, soups, salads, wraps and appetizers, with vegetarian and gluten-free options available.
Wheat noted that the property at the Cainsville Firehall was too small to allow drive-through bays for firetrucks, and was also situated close to Brantford which presently provided backup for fire calls in the Cainsville area.
It premiered in 2000 at the Firehall Arts Centre in Vancouver and was first published in 2002.
A new $1.5-million firehall will also be built on the infield at the airport, and further work will create new temporary offices for management.
The PrimaCare Family Health Team has abruptly cancelled a plan more than five years in the making for a new private medical centre on Curtis Avenue North beside the Paris firehall.
The private venture intends to build a two-storey facility beside the Paris firehall, with offices for doctors and healthcare professionals.
Although he eventually served six years for manslaughter, Jordan was never convicted of murder: indeed, he was living on probation in the Vancouver area when Clements's play premiered at the Firehall Arts Centre in November of 2000.
The firefighters are also starting off the day's special events with a great pancake breakfast at the Main Street North firehall, from 8 to 11 a.m.
Burning Vision premiered at Vancouver's Firehall Arts Centre in April 2002, commissioned by Rumble Productions and previously developed with Playwrights' Workshop Montreal.