Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary - Central & Arctic
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The Small craft training in Hay River
SEA HAWK
HBRU
Arctic
Weather Oar Knot
YELLOWKNIFE UNIT
Arctic
SUTCLIFF 1
COMRA VESSEL
The Small craft training in Hay River
The Small craft training in Hay River
The Small craft training in Hay River
WASAGA BOAT
SOUTHWIND
SUTCLIFF 2
May 2013 Mngt Board Meeting
OGINA II
TED COOK + CO.
Thunder Spirit
The Small craft training in Hay River
Arctic
Arctic
ALFA SEVEN
Diavik
BAITFISH 3
Diavik
FUNDY GALE
Carling township1
ISAR 2009
KugluktukSar
Diavik
BARU
McCRACKEN III
Hay River Coast Base
BARU side view
"Bobbie"
QSAR
The Small craft training in Hay River
ANICA LEE
BBBS SAIL
Avalon underway
COMRA
Arctic
INSTRUCTOR COURSE 2011
SAREX Leamington
c130
Arctic
Banner Image 1
TURNEY
Vik Beach in the Winter
Falcon III
C130 Exercise
MARLENE I - THUNDER BAY
QSAR
Britt + Area Fire Search + Rescue
Avalon
Thunder Spirit underway
INSTRUCTOR COURSE 2010
POINT SAR DOCK
MELISSA JUNE 1
Maverick
SAR INSTR COURSE 2008
Fancy Canoe underway
SUTCLIFF 3
DSC VESSEL
Arctic
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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