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4th Annual City of Hamilton’s First Responders Night

HAMILTON, ON, January 30, 2017 – The City of Hamilton is sponsoring its 4th Annual First Responders Night on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 7 pm at FirstOntario Centre with the Hamilton Bulldogs playing against the Windsor Spitfires. If the success of previous First Responders Nights is any indication, the event is expected to draw excited hockey fans from across the region. The City is pleased to host this game and special guests from Windsor’s First Responders.    

In addition to the game itself, the night will feature pre-game activities, including exhibits, touch a truck, rappel from the ceiling, Honour Guards, the National Anthem performed by the Hamilton Police Male Choir, and a ceremonial puck drop.

For more information or to order tickets, call 1-866-DOGS-TIX (364-7849) or visit www.hamiltonbulldogs.com

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“I am so proud that the City of Hamilton continues to honour our remarkable First Responders with this annual event. This fun and interactive event is an opportunity for the community to thank these hard working men and women for their dedication and exceptional front line service.”

Fred Eisenberger
Mayor

“Hamilton Paramedics are honoured to be part of this annual community event. We are pleased to come together and celebrate with other first responders to demonstrate our passion for public service and helping others.”

Michael Sanderson
Chief, Hamilton Paramedic Service

“The Hamilton Fire Department is committed to providing a valued service to our residents. As Fire Chief, I am honoured to be leading a team of women and men who demonstrate their steadfast dedication to our community every single day.”

David Cunliffe
Fire Chief

"Together with EMS and Fire, Hamilton Police are focused on keeping our community safe. We appreciate this annual event that recognizes and celebrates our first responders, but also provides our citizens with an opportunity to interact and learn about how we serve the community."

Eric Girt
Chief of Police