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Sleep: The most important part of the day

We live in a fast-paced society. Everything needs to be done now, and there's always more we have to do. Multitasking is now the norm, and it's even more hectic when kids are added to the mix. Sound familiar? Being able to do it all is good, but to do it all at the expense...

source: By Jeff White
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A former Nova Scotia paramedic who sexually assaulted three women who were patients in his care will have to serve more time in prison for his offences. James Duncan Keats was initially sentenced to four years in prison for raping a 71-year-old woman in her Annapolis Valley...

source: CBC News

Neighbours in Regina have pitched in to help make sure emergency vehicles can access their snow-covered street after an ambulance got stuck responding to a call. A 12-year-old girl was found unconscious under snow in her...

source: CBC News

Say hello to Les Card, a paramedic based in Hants County who was also celebrating his birthday on the day the interview took place. Card has been a first responder since he was 14, when he signed on as a junior volunteer firefighter in Mount Uniacke. He said he gets a lot...

source: Hants Journal

They're named after birds, so maybe it's no surprise that Raven Beardy and Robyn Shlachetka fly for a living, but they've reached heights neither expected. The two women pilots made Manitoba history this week when they became the...

source: CBC News

The Essex-Windsor Emergency Medical Services held a commencement ceremony Friday at Essex County Council Chambers for 22 freshly-minted paramedics and their friends and family. The candidates had to pass a written test, a comprehensive paramedic practical evaluation, a...

source: Windsor Star

An EHS ambulance went off the road in Kentville on Friday evening. Two paramedics were responding to a vehicle collision around 8:30 p.m. when their ambulance went off the road and over an embankment on Park Street, landing on its side.

source: The Chronicle Herald


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