Wednesday April 16, 2014


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New look, new uniforms


BC Ambulance Service Unit Chief Jane Christy (right) and Acting Chief Kim Ayers (left) traded in their traditional white and blue uniforms for all blue uniforms Aug. 2. BCAS members have worn white uniform shirts since the service's inception 37 years ago. The white shirts had to be replaced frequently due to discoloration and stains, and the material did not hold up well to the day-to-day wear and tear of paramedics. Jane Christy said BC was the last province in Canada to switch to the blue uniforms.



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