Some folks came across a collapsed man in a downtown parking lot recently.
When they called 911 the dispatcher told them to go to the nearby Paragon-owned Edgewater Casino and get their defibrillator.
When the good samaritans got to the casino door here, according to Global's Jon Azpri, is what happened:
"...First, a casino doorman refused to hand over the device. A manager also refused, saying the victim wasn’t on casino property..."
When Paragon finishes building it's massive Casino-Industrial Complex that will take over the entire area will a citizen in dire need require a fist full of chips to get their help?
And, just in case you've forgotten...The breech-birthing of said 'complex' was helped along by a wee bit of immaculately conceived cronyism, BC Liberal style.