Canadian Volunteer Fire Services Association (CVFSA)


August 16th & 17th, 2019

Kings County, Nova Scotia

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Canadian Volunteer Fire Services Association – CVFSA annual conference 2019

The Kings County Firefighters Association is once again excited to announce that we will be hosting the 2019 Canadian Volunteer Fire Services Association – CVFSA annual conference August 16th & 17th in Wolfville, The Home of Acadia University. The conference and training symposium open to all volunteer firefighters and CVFSA members.

Continuing on the momentum from last year, we will be offering a full day of training and HOT sessions on Friday. The AGM, which takes place on Saturday, will feature two exciting keynote presentations, the national Lifetime Achievement Award presentation and updates on several initiatives taking place on the national level by members of the CVFSA Executive.

There will also be social events throughout the conference! For more information and to stay up to date, check this site often and follow us on Facebook! Please plan to join us at Acadia University on August 16 and 17th in the beautiful Annapolis Valley

2017 CVFSA Conference Report


Kings County, Nova Scotia

Kings County is the third most populous county in the province. It is located in central Nova Scotia on the shore of the Bay of Fundy, with its northeastern part forming the western shore of the Minas Basin.

Kings' economy and identity are tied into its current and historical role as the province's agricultural heartland. A strong agricultural base has been bolstered by the farm-to-table movement and a growing and acclaimed Nova Scotia wine industry, and the success of both has also bolstered the area's tourism industry. The county benefits from the profile, prestige and population gained from hosting both Acadia University in Wolfville and the NSCC Kingstec campus in Kentville. Canadian Forces Base Greenwood (the largest Royal Canadian Air Force base on Canada's East Coast) and the Michelin tire plant in Waterville both provide significant positive economic impact in the County.