Corey McNeice, Andrew Williamson, Kevin Waugh, MP Saskatoon-Grasswood, Kyle Sereda
Kyle Sereda, Tom Lukiwski MP Moose Jaw-Lake Center-Lanigan, Andrew Williamson, Corey McNeice
Kyle Sereda, Chief, Moose Jaw & District EMS; Andrew Williamson, Deputy Chief Operations, Medavie Health Services West; and Corey McNeice, ACP, Moose Jaw & District EMS joined colleagues from across Canada on Parliament Hill on April 8th, 2019, to lobby the government for support of community paramedicine, paramedic mental health & wellness, the ability to administer opioids, and support of the Canadian Paramedic Memorial Foundation.
The City of Swift Current is hosting the Western Canada Summer Games from August 9 to the 18th, 2019.
Volunteers are needed to provide medical standby at events. If you are a Paramedic, First responder, E.M.R. we would love to have you on board in your capacity. The games will feature athletes from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavet competing in 16 sports over several venues, in and surrounding Swift Current. Below is a Live Master version of Competition, and an information flyer on where to sign up. We look forward to seeing you at the games!
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On behalf of the 2019 WCSG Medical Committee
Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy joined Provincial Secretary Nadine Wilson to honour the latest recipients of the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal this past October, in both Saskatoon and Regina. The medal honours personnel with 25 years of service in Saskatchewan in the emergency services field, including police services, fire services, emergency medical services, federal and provincial corrections and the Canadian forces. In 2018 the medal was presented to 113 individuals from rural and urban communities across Saskatchewan.
Congratulations to the following six recipients from emergency medical services: