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Learn to save a life

Cardiac arrest can strike any time, without warning. By acting fast, you could save a life.

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Heart & Stroke classroom courses teach you the life-saving skills of CPR and first aid, and how to use an AED.

 

Hands on CPR steps: 1. call 9-1-1, 2. push hard on chest if performing CPR and 3. use an AED if available.

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If you see someone suddenly collapse or if they’re unresponsive, you can save their life using your phone, your hands and your wits. Don’t hesitate – you can’t hurt, you can only help.

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AEDs in Manitoba

In Manitoba, life-saving defibrillators (AEDs) are required in high-traffic public areas such as gyms, arenas and schools. We’ve got information and links to help you meet this legal requirement.

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