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Editorial Cartoon - July 24, 2014

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Let STARS keep flying, but don't forget bungling

Dr. Brian Postl made several recommendations as part of his report into the Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society, which was released by the province on Wednesday.

The recommendations include, among other things, that STARS “immediately” pursue Canadian Medical Association accreditation in order to help Manitoba’s service achieve consistency with programs in ...

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