A move by Peel Region Council to ask a consultant to take another look at a controversial new paramedic deployment system in Caledon has been deferred to June.
Review of new paramedic deployment deferred despite calls the new system may leave Caledon residents vulnerable
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Review of new paramedic deployment deferred despite calls the new system may leave Caledon residents vulnerable


A move by Peel Region Council to ask a consultant to take another look at a controversial new paramedic deployment system in Caledon has been deferred to June.

The paramedics union and some residents are worried that the new model, which requires paramedics to go to a station in Brampton to pick up their ambulances before deploying to a satellite station in the sprawling community, could endanger lives.

Regional council plans to wait until Peel staff report back in June with their own assessment before ordering another evaluation.



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