|Now I lay me down to sleep
Safe in my bed but still I weep
I cry for those not in their homes
And pray for all of their unknowns
The days are long, the fires rage
As we reload our Facebook page
And read of heartache and of pain
While still the beast has not been slain
It took your home, your car, your land
And on uncertainty you stand
Such shakey ground beneath your feet
Your family safe, so bitter-sweet
Now feel the circle around your soul
You're not alone, we'll make you whole
We come together, tried and true
Canada eh? It's what we do
So rise up now and take my hand
I know you're hurt, I'll help you stand
The road ahead will be so long
I'll help you walk, #AlbertaStrong
Our hearts go out to those in Fort McMurray — but we cannot overlook those in other parts of the country who are going through the same hell. Of paramount concern is the safety of all — not just the residents, but of first responders and those who come to help. However, please do not overlook the companions that share the lives therein — the animals left behind, but by no means forgotten. They need help too.
We are a resilient lot. Grasp your neighbour's hand in support. There will be scars, but all will move forward stronger and wiser. Although much has been lost, much has also been saved. Miracles will be found everywhere in the ashes of destruction. More has survived than was expected. Friendships and close bonds are emerging. The beaten will rebound stronger than before. Keep the faith and cherish your blessings. You are not alone.
One Stop Fire Products Inc. provides portable fire pump systems,
components, accessories and related fire fighting goods for rural, vacation and remote properties.
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Wickman 100 Fire Pump
Goliath Fire Pump
The New Season Is Here ...
From early indications, the 2016 fire season will arrive early. Active wildfire reports have already been received from southern areas. In some Northern regions ... areas which typically have snow conditions for until into May, advisories are being issued. Alberta officially began its fire season March 1. Forecasting indicates that this season will generate even more serious challenges than last year — and with early March record setting high temperatures in the mid-west, one must accept that prognosis.
Here at One Stop Fire Products Inc., sadly our winter hibernation with its R & R is over — we are now back fully in the saddle. We thank all for their patience while we recharged our batteries. The phones are ringing and inquiries are coming in. Currently, we are working with several customers in the planning & design of their fire protection systems for their wildland properties. Deliveries are being made and our early season stock is on the move.
Recommendations for our customers ... start now on your fire protection strategies for this season. It is important to put thought into your direction. You have a lot at stake. Do not make the "Walmart" mistake and just plop down your money and think that you have value. Be sure that you have the right product for your property, your personnel and your budget — and that it will live up to your expectations. Please talk to us. We will evaluate your location, product choices, operators, and price to ensure that you have the best value and capabilities. The biggest mistake that people make is purchase without fitting that purchase to themselves.
Start the process now. Early planning will get the best package at the best price and avoid the Plan "B" scenario so often associated with last minute actions. Our goal is to get you your best solution. Now is the time to put the wheels in motion.
About Product Availability ...
We do attempt to have the most popular items on-hand, but as we move into the summer months, our warehouse does get
depleted. A fire crisis anywhere in North America (or around the world) can strip our shelves, create product shortages and
cause havoc with our supply chain. This hit us hard in 2015. It is advised to plan ahead as much as you can -- we will try our best to meet your needs.
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For Our USA Customers
All prices on this website are in Canadian dollars. Recently, the US dollar has been significantly above the Canadian counterpart with the result that the net cost of your purchase will be less than the face amount shown — recently in the 30% range.
Be aware that currency exchange rates are constantly changing. You can use the
Foreign Exchange Calculator found on the left of each webpage to check the current rate. This will give you an approximation of what your net cost will be.
When you pay by credit card, there is nothing special that you must do. Your bank will automatically convert the charge at their preferred rate of the moment when they process the transaction and you will see that information on your credit card statement.
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