Ameland, it is in the works as we speak. It will not be a provincial ambulance as BC has, but it will be administered and run by the regional health authorities. It will address the need for ultimate patient care. In many cases you have an ambulance driving through one juridiction past an ambulance station of another provider to get to a patient. The future says the nearest ambulance will take the patient no matter who they are or where they are. In some cases we as a provider of extrication have waited for an ambulace for far too long when we could have one out of our jurisdiction in mere minutes. Its called the territorial thing, but ultimatly the patient is the one who loses the most in this situation. Oh well the political wheels turn on and on and on........ you get the picture