Manitoba Provincial Update One

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Alberta Update

Following the launch of the ACT Foundation’s High School CPR Program in Edmonton in 2001, the Alberta government made CPR a mandatory part of the provincial curriculum.

In 2006, the ACT Foundation completed set-up of the High School CPR Program throughout the province:

  • Almost 300,000 Alberta youth have been trained in CPR to date.
  • 315 high schools have established the program.
  • 45,000 students are trained by their teachers each year.
  • More than 1,000 teachers have been trained as CPR instructors for their students.

Ontario Update

1.4 million Ontario youth have been trained to date through the High School CPR Program.
660 high schools have established the program.
148,000 students are trained by their teachers each year.
More than 1,900 teachers have been trained as CPR instructors for their students.

The ACT Foundation is now enhancing the CPR program with defibrillator training.