from Winnipeg Free Press
It began with a well-timed photo op on the eve of the 2011 flood, featuring Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger in front of a new and reassuringly red emergency helicopter that could pluck people from accident scenes and ferry them quickly to hospital. Now, two years later, the Alberta-based Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society is under increasing scrutiny, facing old questions about costs and how its contract was awarded and new rumblings about the quality of patient care. Adding to the scrutiny is a value-for-money audit by Manitoba's auditor general, to be released early next year.
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