Pemberton council to write minister after ambulance service ‘stretched too thin’


By Lynn Mitges
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In an effort to secure support and funding for dedicated ambulance service in Pemberton, the village council will write a letter to inform B.C. Health Minister Terry Lake of the shifting parameters for emergency services in the Sea to Sky corridor. “The amount of service we get here is stretched too thin,” said Village of Pemberton (VOP) Mayor Mike Richman.…

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February 15, 2017

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