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Payment options available

  • Online Payments (Ambulance Bills)
  • Cheque (payable to Fire Paramedic Service)
  • Money order (payable to Fire Paramedic Service)
  • Cash
  • Interac
  • Credit cards
    • Visa
    • MasterCard
    • American Express

Where to make (or send) payment

  • Online
    You may pay your ambulance bill by credit card or Interac from most major banks
    Please have your invoice ready
    Click Here to go to the Online Payment Page

  • By Mail (cheque or money order)
    Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service
    510 Main Street
    Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1B9

  • In Person
    Monday to Friday, 8:30AM - 4:30PM
    • City Hall, Susan A. Thompson Building – Main Floor
      510 Main Street
    • St. Boniface Bilingual Service Centre, 170 Goulet Street
      NEW - Closed daily 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

  • By Phone (credit card) 204-986-3001

Bill types and information

  • Ambulance Service
    There is a fee for Paramedic treatment and transport to hospital. There is also a fee for Paramedic treatment only, even though the patient was not transported to hospital.

    PDFAmbulance Fee Schedule

  • Fire Safety Inspections
    In 2007 the Province of Manitoba introduced a new Provincial Regulation which requires a fire safety inspection of certain occupancies at a predetermined frequency. The intent of this Regulation is to provide an increased level of safety for the general public.

    The new Regulation requires an annual inspection of every:
    • Elderly Persons’ Housing Unit or Hostel
    • Child Care Centre
    • Personal Care Home
    • Residential Care Facility
    • Hospital

    The new Regulation also requires an inspection once every three years of every:

    • Licensed premise as defined in the Liquor Control Act
    • Private and public schools including Universities and Colleges
    • Recreation Centres including Arenas, Community Clubs and Curling Rinks
    • Hotels and motels
    • Restaurants located in residential buildings

    In order for the Winnipeg Fire Department to meet the obligations of this Regulation, the costs associated with providing this service will be recovered (on a cost recovery basis) by means of inspection fees charged to the business owner and / or facility. These fees will take effect as of January 1, 2011. The inspection fee will be based on actual inspection time, the Fire Inspector’s report writing time, and travel time for all initial and follow-up inspections. There is an hourly fee charged for this service. Fees can be found in the Fire Inspection and Service Rates document below

    PDF Fire Inspection and Service Rates

Do you still have billing questions? Click here for further information or contact us as below.

    Contact us

    • By Phone
      We are open Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays) from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    • By Mail
      Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service
      510 Main St.
      Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1B9
    • By Fax
      Please include your telephone number on the fax.
    • By Email (email at Email) Please include your telephone number in the body of your message. You can expect a reply from us within two business days.

    Last update: April 27, 2017
    Please refer to our Billing Frequently Asked Questions or contact us for more information.