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Alberta and Northwest Territories Branch
Swimming, lifesaving, lifeguarding, first aid, boating, instructor and trainer programs. We train over 1 million Canadians each year.
Increase awareness of the public to the risks associated with activities in, on and around water and ice and to modify at-risk behaviours to eliminate drowning and water-related injury.
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Providing facility owner/operators with the information, tools, and support services needed to provide a safe environment for aquatic users.
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July 18, 2021 to July 24, 2021Social Media & Action Plan
Jun 18, 2021
Join us at the 2021 Annual General Meeting and Branch Recognition Awards to celebrate and recognize our collaborative efforts for drowning and injury prevention, sport, recreation and active living.
Date: Friday June 18, 2021
Location: Online event
Jul 18 - 24, 2021
Drowning is preventable! Join the Lifesaving Society Canada in bringing awareness to the drowning problem during National Drowning Prevent Week from 18-24 July 2021.
Over 400 people drown annually in Canada, making it the second leading cause of unintentional death for children and the third leading cause of unintentional death for adults with Indigenous, northern and new Canadians having a disproportionate mortality burden. During the week of July 18 - 24, 2021 The Lifesaving Society of Canada will be educating and promoting safety awareness in, on and around the water.
Statistics show that almost 70% of those who did drown never intended to go into the water and were often within 15 metres of safety. Nearly every Canadian has known someone who has drowned or had a near-drowning experience, whether personally or from his or her communities. To help reduce drowning, all Canadians are encouraged to:
Posted on: Apr 12, 2021
On April 6, 2021, the Government of Alberta announced that due to COVID-19 variant of concerns and…