Are you interested in patrolling at the Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games?

July 9, 2021 The CSP received a note from the Fédération Internationale des Patrouilles de Ski (FIPS, www.fips-skipatrol.org/), asking if anyone is interested in patrolling at the Beijing Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. FIPS didn’t identify if it’s a paid or volunteer position. Details provided to the CSP: The Organizers are asking for a commitment
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Lifesaving award – Tyler Dickson, Inter-Mountain Zone

Tyler Dickson had learned CPR from the CSP about two months before he and his class were on a field trip to Vancouver. Tyler and classmate James Cannon went to their hotel sauna and then to the pool, where they saw another classmate swimming a distance underwater. When the classmate surfaced he was struggling. After
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Lifesaving award – Sheldon Marche, Greater Vancouver Zone

In December, 2019, Sheldon Marche travelled to Los Cabos, Mexico for a warm-weather vacation. The next morning he received a call from his sibling letting him know that their mother had entered the last stages of her life and that any family members wishing to say goodbye should make arrangements to travel to her side
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Lifesaving Award – Yanick Bonhomme, Benoit Vachon, Normand Jean, Lucie Ouellette (non-patroller) – Laurentian Zone

Yanick Bonhomme, Benoit Vachon, Normand Jean and Jean’s spouse Lucie Oullette were camping at Camping Lamèque on Lamèque Island in New Brunswick in August, 2019. In the late afternoon a man appeared at their site looking for a phone to call 911, as his wife was unwell and he believed she was having a heart
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