District of North Vancouver employees honoured for 3D printing face shields for essential workers

District of North Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services thanked District of North Vancouver employee Gerry Bertrand and others who used personal 3D printers to build 400 critically needed face shields for firefighters and essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic recently.

 The face shields were distributed amongst District of North Vancouver park rangers, North Vancouver RCMP, North Vancouver District Public Library, Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue, Squamish Fire Rescue, and Whistler Fire Department.

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Bertrand and friends were presented with the Fire Chief’s challenge coin and awards of commendation during a ceremony held yesterday

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