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Duncan RydallDuncan Rydall
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Greetings,

When a typical survey is sent out how many are going to truthfully answer the survey? Who answers “Yes I am breaking the law!”
Statistics Canada cannot even correctly name the devices; I have only seen smoke detectors on FA systems and some home security systems.
An integrated systematic approach to justify reducing emergency resources justified by ” StatsCan”
Maybe they should have asked for fire service smoke alarm programs data as that would paint a different picture.
Best Regards,
Duncan Rydall