The Province of Manitoba has a guideline that requires ambulance response times to be under 30 minutes 90% of the time.
Using provincial government dataCBC News has obtained through access to information, we assigned a grade to every station in Manitoba. The grade is based on the percentage of months the under 30 minute guideline was achieved by the station over a one year period. The data we received goes from April 2012 to March 2013.
Click on your area to see how often the station is meeting the provincial guideline.
Green indicates best performance and red indicates poor performance.
Response times are attributed to the EMS station in which an ambulance most recently checked in. Sometimes ambulances are sent to cover off other regions, which means the data does not always accurately reflect response time for a given community.
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