B.C.’s two top ambulance officals quit after investigation into ‘personnel’ matter

Photograph by: NICK PROCAYLO , PNG

The two top officials in charge of ambulance services in British Columbia have quit.

Health Minister Terry Lake confirms Michael MacDougall and Les Fisher have resigned following a third-party investigation into what the Provincial Health Services Authority said was a personnel matter.

MacDougall and Fisher were put on paid leave in December pending the outcome of the probe.

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