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September 29th, 2009
September 29th, 2009

Blue Water Rescue Unit

Bruce Power recognizes Blue Water Rescue Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary

Frank Saunders, Vice President of Nuclear Oversight and Regulatory
Affairs for Bruce Power makes a presentation to the Blue Water Rescue
Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary in recognition of their continued support
for marine safety along the Lake Huron coast. From left to right: Marcel
Dorey, Herb Paetzold, Peggy Griffin, Frank Saunders, Jason Alers, Steve
Robinson and Michael Roberts.

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