Manitoba Donating Three Ambulances to Ukraine

Manitoba Donating Three Ambulances to Ukraine

AmbulanceThree ambulances will be donated by the Manitoba government to the humanitarian Ambulances for Ukraine project.

The donation comes with approximately $40,000 to make any necessary repairs to ensure the ambulances are roadworthy.

“Manitobans have a special bond with the people of Ukraine and we stand with them during this crisis and in their time of need,” said Premier Greg Selinger.

“The ambulance project is a practical way Canadians, and in particular, the Ukrainian Canadian community, can help.”

A fourth ambulance will be donated by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Manitoba Provincial Council. The vehicles are less than eight-years-old and have had recent safety inspections.

The project will deploy the ambulances to front-line medical and health-care workers in Ukraine.

— Staff

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