Former Ottawa paramedic on his experience with death: 'I've got a busload of people up here in my head'

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This is one of a series of five stories on death and dying, each examining one individual’s thoughts on, and experiences with, the subject. J.P. Trottier was with the Ottawa Paramedic Service for 36 years – 21 as a frontline paramedic and 15 as public information officer. He retired in January 2017. “I don’t know […]

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