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Interim 911 service in Yukon cancelled

Briefs | 03/09/2015 7:39 pm EDT

The Yukon government has cancelled an interim 911 service that would have allowed residents to dial 911, instead of a seven-digit phone number used by some responders, to reach all emergency personnel.

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