2017 Maritimes Drowning Report
2017 Canadian Drowning Report
Society releases latest Canadian drowning data
The average age of drowning victims is increasing in line with
the aging Canadian population according to the 2017 edition of the
Lifesaving Society's Canadian Drowning Report
New Brunswick Public Pool Safety Standards
The Lifesaving Society defines the minimum requirements for the
safe operation of public swimming pools in its New Brunswick
Public Pool Safety Standards. Based on research into Canadian
and international standards, and developed in collaboration with
New Brunswick public pool operators and experienced aquatic
leadership personnel, the Society's bilingual New Brunswick
Public Pool Safety Standards provides authoritative guidance
on best practices for patron safety. Use the Order Form or
order online from lifeguarddepot.com.
The Society has moved into its new Fredericton headquarters at
70 Melissa Street (map). The new location provides generous space
for offices, meetings and warehousing with ample free parking. All
other contact information remains unchanged.
World Conference on Drowning Prevention 2017
Save the date: October 17-19, 2017. Learn more.
The Lifesaving Society's online store is open for business. Enjoy
the convenience of 24/7 shopping. It's all here - from first aid
and pool supplies to everything required for lifesaving courses and
training. Visit LifeguardDepot.com now!
Please Welcome Canada's Swim Team into your pool
Join Canada's Swim Team is a recognition and an incitative
initiative that all swimming lesson providers are invited to use at
no cost and with no staff
training required. Learn more here or visit getswimming.ca
Fill out the Order Form for Canada's Swim Team