Kamloops Fire Rescue unveils new logo

KFR is the second-oldest fire department in B.C., having been established on Aug. 7, 1884, one year after the creation of the City of Kamloops

Kamloops Fire Rescue has a new logo for the second-oldest fire department in B.C.

KFR was established on Aug. 7, 1884, one year after the creation of the City of Kamloops.

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The new logo (above) replaces the old logo (below) and is overlaid upon the Maltese cross (the recognized sign of fire service in North America) and represents courage and bravery.

It also incorporates the city’s crest, which represents KFR’s partners in the city and the community they serve.

For more information about Kamloops Fire Rescue, go online to kamloops.ca/KFR.

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