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July 21st, 2017
July 21st, 2017

Two men who were rescued after spending eight hours in the water in Lake Erie can Thank Canadian Coast Guard and Auxiliary

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Photo credit: The Windsor Star From left: Herb Ruthven, Jim Oakley, and Mike Drexler of the Colchester Guardian; Greg Colbeck, Jana Lorbetski, Jeff Faucher, and Sondi Ryersee of the Thunder Cape
On Monday July 17th, 2017, Two adult males had attempted to ride a watercraft from Pelee Island to Leamington - a distance of 13 nautical miles - on Monday afternoon.

They lost control of the watercraft and become separated from it about five nautical miles from the mainland.  Only one of the men had a life jacket.

No one was waiting for the men on shore. Their dire situation went unnoticed until the MV Jiimaan of the Pelee Island Ferry Service spotted the seemingly abandoned wat...


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We are a Not-for-Profit, Charitable organization, that relies on Volunteers to help save lives on the water.
There are three ways that you could contribute to the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary C&A.

 
1.     Become a member of one of our Search and Rescue Crews
2.     Make a Charitable Donation.
3.     Become a Corporate Sponsor.

If you would like a more information on how you can help, save lives on the water please contact us 1-866-429-7283 or Email:  office@ccga-ca.com .
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