by Georgianna Barlow-Daigle, APC

Jason Moulton has been a firefighter since 1997 and became the lead fire chief since 2001. Jason comes with training on Emergency Management, Level one and two firefighting and First Responders training.

Tobique First Nation is a Maliseet community with a population of approximately 1800 people that’s located at the confluence of the St. John and Tobique Rivers, in northwestern New Brunswick. On March 23rd, 2012, ice jams caused severe extensive flooding along the St. John River that initially put 50 people out of their homes for safety reasons. APC staff had the opportunity to sit down and talk with some of the relief coordinators, Tina Martin, Councilor for Tobique, David Perley, Assistant Emergency Management Coordinato ...

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