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In October, Hydro One took part in training delivered by the Advanced Coronary Treatment (ACT) Foundation to high school students and community members in Wabaseemoong Independent Nations and Grassy Narrows First Nation.

 

"Hydro One proudly supports the ACT Foundation's CPR training because we believe that safety should always come first," said Derek Chum, Vice President, Indigenous Relations. "Whether at home, school or work, this curriculum will empower students with the skills and knowledge to save lives."

More than 200 students and community members received CPR and AED training as well as a donation of 56 mannequins and 8 defibrillators for future training.

"It was great to see so many youth engaged in this training," said Tausha, Indigenous Relations. "You could really see the boost in their confidence at the end of the session."

Hydro One is a partner and proud supporter of the ACT Foundation, which brings lifesaving skills training and knowledge to youth across Canada.

More about the ACT Foundation

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ACT Foundation is the national charitable organization that is establishing the free CPR and AED program in Canadian high schools. The program is built on ACT's award-winning community-based model of partnerships and support, whereby ACT finds local partners who donate the mannequins and AED training units that schools need to set up the program. High school teachers then teach CPR and how to use a defibrillator to their students as a regular part of the curriculum, reaching all youth prior to graduation. ACT's partners committed to bringing the program to Ontario are provincial partners, the Government of Ontario and Hydro One, and health partners, AstraZeneca Canada, Sanofi Canada, and Amgen Canada.


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