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These life-saving devices are now available in every high school in Quebec

Following years of fundraising and campaigning, automated defibrillators are now available in every public high school in the province.

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CPR month sees over 40 students and residents empowered with lifesaving skills

CPR month sees over 40 students and residents empowered with lifesaving skills.

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Mississauga of the Credit First Nation students, community members learn CPR

28 students in grades 6, 7 and 8 at Lloyd S. King Elementary School and 13 community members of Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation were recently given training in CPR and using an automated external defibrillator (AED).

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Ontario students empowered with lifesaving CPR skills

The initiative saw Grade 6, 7 and 8 students from Lloyd S. King Elementary School — located in Mississauga Credit First Nation — empowered with skills in CPR and AED defibrillator training.

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With school back in session, 26,000 more Toronto students to be empowered to save lives

26,000 more Toronto high school students will be trained this year in lifesaving skills by their teachers as part of their Grade 9 Physical Education and Health curriculum.

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Nakusp students get CPR, defibrillator training

In a day of workshops last week, staff at the school taught students CPR and how to use an automated external defibrillator.

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AEDs donated!

Secondary schools in 5D83 are being equipped with an automated external defibrillator thanks to several generous donations from the ACT Foundation and Pinnacle Renewable Energy in Armstrong.

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Pleasant Valley Secondary receives a life-saving donation

A high school in Armstrong now has access to a life-saving AED, thanks to a donation from a local company.

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Barrie students learn defibrillation techniques

Hydro One and the Advanced Coronary Treatment (ACT) Foundation announced a three-year partnership to continue training 450,000 high school students CPR and defibrillation techniques.

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Bear Creek students learn about CPR, defibrillators

The Advanced Coronary Treatment (ACT) Foundation and long-time provincial partner, Hydro One, announced a three-year partnership that will support the training of 450,000 additional high school students in how to save a life.

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Teaching the Gift of Life

St. John's area teachers pass information on to their students on a weekly basis, but now they can also share a skill that can save a life.

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Teachers Undergo Special Training To Instruct Students On Live-Saving Skills

A group of teachers from four different schools within the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District are in St. John’s today for CPR and defibrillator training.

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