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ACT Foundation congratulates Quebec Minister of Education on announcement to expand AEDs to all public schools

The Advanced Coronary Treatment (ACT) Foundation congratulates Education Minister Bernard Drainville for his announcement to ensure Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in all public schools throughout Quebec

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Helping save lives: 2,300 teachers received the Opioid Overdose Response Training to teach high school students how to react when facing a suspected opioid overdose

The Advanced Coronary Treatment (ACT) Foundation announced today it has completed Phase 1 of its Opioid Overdose Response Training (OORT)

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High school CPR trained students saving lives across Canada

In celebration of Heart Month, the ACT Foundation recognizes students and teachers who have learned lifesaving knowledge and skills through the ACT High School CPR and AED Program

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Celebrating Heart Month and launch of Opioid Overdose Response Training in Thunder Bay high schools

Hydro One joined the ACT Foundation and its partners at Superior Collegiate and Vocational Institute to celebrate Heart Month by introducing lifesaving Opioid Overdose Response Training in all Thunder Bay high schools as part of the ACT High School CPR and AED Program

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Celebrating CPR Month and 3 million Ontario students trained to save lives

Hydro One joined the ACT Foundation and its partners at Notre Dame College School to celebrate CPR Month and the incredible milestone of three million students trained in CPR and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) to date in Ontario

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Thunder Bay teen honoured for saving father’s life with CPR

Madeleine was trained through the ACT High School CPR and AED Program, which aims to see all students empowered to save lives

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Hydro One and the ACT Foundation present Rescuer Awards to two Sudbury teenagers for their bravery and side-of-the-road heroics

Best friends use CPR skills to save the life of a Sudbury woman who suffered from cardiac arrest

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Hydro One provides support to the ACT Foundation to expand the new Opioid Overdose Response Training to 80 per cent of Ontario high schools 

New data reveals that only 18 per cent of Ontarians are confident they could help someone experiencing a suspected opioid overdose

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NEW Opioid Overdose Response Training to Empower High School Students to Help Save Lives Including Nasal Naloxone Spray

The Advanced Coronary Treatment (ACT) Foundation is launching the NEW Opioids Overdose Response Training as an enhancement to its successful High School cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) Program, FREE for high schools across Canada. The training will...

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Basketball coach saves student with CPR and an AED

A Grade 10 student is alive today thanks to the quick provision of CPR and the use of an AED by his basketball coach Mike Rowley, of St. Mother Teresa High School. Since 1994, the ACT Foundation has established free...

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ACT Foundation recognizes Amgen Canada with Community Champion Award

The ACT Foundation is proud to present Amgen Canada with ACT's Community Champion Award in celebration of Amgen's 5-year anniversary as a National Health Partner to the Foundation. ACT is honoured to bestow this award to a National Health Partner...

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ACT Foundation launches eLearning for High School CPR and AED Program

Ottawa, ON June 3, 2021 – Today, the Advanced Coronary Treatment (ACT) Foundation announced the launch of its NEW eLearning program. This important resource will support schools in teaching 350,000 students across Canada, including 160,000 students in Ontario, in the...

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