A year of new beginnings for E-Comm

Messages of accomplishment, appreciation for the dedication of E-Comm’s staff and partners and planning for the future were highlighted in E-Comm Board Chair Doug Campbell’s speech to the organization’s Annual General Meeting held June 20 in the lobby of the organizations emergency communications centre in Vancouver.

From readying the new 9-1-1/police dispatch centre in Saanich to completing all the agency transitions to the new next generation radio system, 2018 was a year of new beginnings for the company.

On the completion of the new South Island 9-1-1/Police Dispatch Centre, Campbell says “a project this multifaceted takes years of planning and work, and I’d like to thank our staff and our Vancouver Island partners for their extraordinary effort in conceiving, building and opening the centre.”  He also praised our Technology and Wireless teams and police, fire and ambulance partners for their efforts in wrapping up the Next Generation Radio Project in 2018 and shutting down the legacy network.

Find out more about E-Comm’s 2018 highlights in the company’s annual report.