Services | Emergency & EMO


For all Emergencies: Call 911

Leask Fire Department

Fire Hall

The Leask Fire Department has worked in conjunction with the Village and Rural Municipality of Leask No. 464 to construct a new fire hall for our community. 

The new hall houses our fire protection equipment including two fire trucks, a rescue van, and a water tanker. 

The new building has a meeting room for use of ongoing training not only for local volunteer fire fighters, but for surrounding fire departments as well.

Fire Hall Ground Breaking 2002
Photo by Vivian Nemish

Fire Chief: Vern Unyi 

Volunteer Fire Fighters

  1. Devon Donohue
  2. Murray Donohue
  3. Robert Hryniuk
  4. Max Jupe
  5. Jim Kang
  6. Robert McHanson
  7. Justin Nagy
  8. Arthus Spriggs
  9. Thomas Spriggs
  10. Travis Spriggs
  11. Marlene Straf
  12. Dave Petriew
  13. Dwayne Wollman
  14. Jordon Wollman
  15. Shawn Wollman
  16. Joe Wollman
  17. Tyler Wollman

If you are interested in becoming a member of our volunteer fire fighters please contact the Municipal Office - 466-2229 or 466-2000.

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

A joint effort has been made by the Village, Rural Municipality and the History Book Committee to purchase an AED (automated external defibrillator) for our community.  The machine itself is stored at the Wheatland Lodge, as this is the only local facility that is open 24 hours.  While the machine is stored at the lodge, it should be noted that the staff of the Lodge will not be responding to emergency situations. 

In all emergencies, contact 911 FIRST, and then if needed the AED may be picked up from the Lodge.  While the AED is relatively simple to use, authorized operators of the machine must first be trained in it’s use. 

Trained operators in our community include:

  • Arthur Spriggs
  • Thomas Spriggs
  • Max Jupe
  • Murray Donohue
  • Taegan Johnson
  • Donna Brad
  • Lynn Farthing

Wheatland Lodge telephone no. (306) 466-4949