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News & Events

Pride 2018

Toronto Paramedic Association is glad to have participated in the 2018 Toronto Pride Parade.

Paramedic Week BBQ 2018

2018 Paramedic Week BBQ was very successful. We were able to provide BBQ at Humber River Hospital and North York General Hospital.

Sale of Toronto Ambulance History Book

388 Pages, over 500 photos and illustrations

16" x 20" folded vehicle history poster insert

Domestic shipping included in cost This is a 1st Edition!

Remembrance Day 2016 Ceremony

On Nov. 11, 2016 the Toronto Paramedic Association was represented by board member Michael Hull at the North York Remembrance Day ceremony. The ceremony was held at the Toronto Centre for the Arts and included veterans, currently serving military personnel, representatives from three emergency services and their respective associations, several other civilian organizations and various levels of government.

Pink Epaulette & Pin Campaign 2015

It's October and the leaves are changing colours!

But the TPA is going PINK!

Pink epaulettes & PINS are arriving!


St. Patrick's Day Parade Food Drive

The 2nd Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade Food Drive on Sunday March 15th in conjunction with the TPA, TPS, St. Patrick's Day Parade and Daily Bread Food Bank was a great success - again!

Tema Gala 2015 - Behind the Mask

Tema Conter Gala - Behind the Mask

MADD 2014 Campaign Launch

MADD Red Ribbon 2014 campaign was launched Nov. 4th at Toronto Police Services HQ and involved many partners including Toronto Paramedic Services and TPA members.

Pink Epaulette's for Breast Cancer

The Pink Epaulette campaign for the month of October 2014 was spearheaded by TPA member Adrian Gibbons and our VP Rachel Janer and Director Robert Boyd.

Paramedicine 2014

Paramedicine 2014 was held in London Ontario on October 17-19. The conference was a huge success with a plethora of very engaging speakers and poignant topics.

Distracted Driving - Metrolinx wants Billboards

The Toronto Paramedic Association and the Ontario Paramedic Association have both sent letters to Premier Kathleen Wynne, asking her to protect diver safety and to stop the Metrolinx proposal to install massive flashing LED commercial billboards on our highways.