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June 10th, 2014
June 10th, 2014

2014 Drowning Report from the Life Saving Society

Canadian Totals
Canadian Totals
In summary, water-related fatality rates in Ontario are highest for men 15 - 24 and those over 55.

The need for strong drowning prevention efforts continue.

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Who is Drowing
Who is Drowing
When are They Drowing
When are They Drowing

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