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MGEU president accuses Pallister of breaking promises on health care again

<p>An ambulance attends a call on Ellen St. Wednesday evening. The union representing Winnipeg ambulance workers says the province's move to freeze ambulance funding is another broken promise on health care by the Pallister government.</p>

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An ambulance attends a call on Ellen St. Wednesday evening. The union representing Winnipeg ambulance workers says the province's move to freeze ambulance funding is another broken promise on health care by the Pallister government.

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Updated on Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 8:19 PM CST: FIxes incorrect budget numbers in earlier version of story.

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