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Canadian Official: Paramedics Not Required to be Bilingual

Friday, October 26, 2012


CTV Montreal & YouTube -- Ambulance technicians shouldn't have to speak English, officials from Urgences Sante said Thursday.

The first responder is replying to criticism after a paramedic from CETAM refused to speak English to a family while their two-year-old daughter was having a seizure in Vaudreuil over the weekend.

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