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E-Comm is conducting an executive search for a President and CEO position. In this leadership role, you can make a difference every day through your oversight of essential emergency communications that support British Columbians. You'll connect people who need help with police, fire and ambulance personnel and help keep those first responders safe through the communications technology on which they depend.
Full job posting available online.
April 25 marked a historic moment for the Lower Mainland's firefighting community as Port Moody Fire-Rescue became the first fire department to transition to the E-Comm “next generation” radio system. As part of this move firefighters will now operate on a digital network for the first time. Find more information in the news release (including audio and video footage from the cutover).
The culprits in your purse and pockets cause hundreds of accidental 9-1-1 calls every day. Please help us prevent these calls – you can start by watching our 9-1-1 culprits video:
Click here to learn more about our public education campaigns and to view our "Don't let
non-emergencies compete with real ones" video.