National Lifeguards are
highly skilled and trained individuals. To become a lifeguard you
must be 16 years of age and have Bronze Cross and Standard First
Drownings are on the increase among older Canadians. With the
50+ population increasing, especially for those 50-64 years of age,
we see more water-related deaths among aging "Baby Boomers."
Copyright 2013 by The Royal Life Saving Society Canada, New Brunswick Branch. Registered Charity No. 89029 3897 RR0001.