Telemarketing campaign bogus, fire department warns

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WINNIPEG — A telemarketing campaign soliciting donations on behalf of the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs isn’t legit, says the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service.

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WINNIPEG — A telemarketing campaign soliciting donations on behalf of the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs isn’t legit, says the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service.

An ongoing telephone campaign raising funds for the association is not affiliated with the WFPS, as the telemarketers are claiming.

The WFPS says they are not involved in this fundraiser, nor is the City of Winnipeg, which does not support the campaign.

Those who have questions about the campaign or want more information are invited to contact the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs at 1-800-775-5189 or www.cafc.ca.

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