Incident management training: Ponoka firefighter Donna Noble (pictured far right) was among a small group of Canadians to take part in a recent specialized emergency management training program offered by Incident Command System Canada. She was picked by the Alberta Emergency Management Agency to take part and was among a group of Canadian first-responders in the class. The entire trip was paid for by ICS Canada. Pictured in the photo are (l-r) Robert Sumner, transport Canada Manitoba; Helene Genest, Parks Canada Quebec; Mike Anderson, City of Grande Prairie Alberta; Jeff Erwin, Office of Fire Commissioner Manitoba; Des Lamoureaux, Sustainable Development Manitoba; Joelle Kirbyson, Sustainable Development Manitoba; Marjorie Ouskan, Sustainable Development Manitoba; Shannon Landels, Parks Canada NWT; Brad Kiedyk, Sustainable Development Manitoba; Nathan Whiffen, Coast Guard Newfoundland/Labrador; Jean Pierre(JP) Gallo, Canada Task Force 2 Alberta; Rob Morton, Alberta Emergency Management Agency, me. Front row (instructors): Dan Michaud, Energy and Resource Development New Brunswick and Mark Emrick, Office of Fire Commissioner Manitoba. Photo submitted

PHOTO: Ponoka firefighter picked for specialized emergency training

Firefighter Donna Noble was picked by AEMA to take part in this specialized training

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Firefighter Donna Noble was picked by AEMA to take part in this specialized training

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