The Lifesaving Society establishes aquatic safety standards and provides consultation on aquatic safety issues for the aquatic industry and governments. In addition, Society representatives perform aquatic safety audits and serve as experts in legal cases involving aquatic safety.

In pursuit of its mission to eliminate drowning and water related injury in Canada, the Lifesaving Society articulate’s and promotes its official positions on issues about aquatic safety.

 

High Performance Chair position on the Sport Commission

The Lifesaving Society is pleased to invite eligible members to submit an application for the High Performance Chair position on the Sport Commission.  Any eligible member may submit an expression of interest, including an outline of their skills and an ...
Read More

Team Canada – DHL International Surf Rescue Challenge 2017

The 2017 International Surf Rescue Challenge (ISRC) will be hosted by Surf Life Saving New Zealand and will be held at Mount Maunganui, Tauranga on Thursday, November 30 through to Sunday, December 3 ...
Read More

Team Canada – Europe Tour 2017

Meet Team Canada competing in the Europe Tour 2017 German Cup, November 18, 19 (Netherlands) Orange Cup, December 2, 3 (Germany) ...
Read More

Second Call for Athletes: Europe Tour (German Cup, Orange Cup) and New Zealand

Due to the withdrawal of Representative Team members, the Lifesaving Society is calling for applications from Female and Male athletes to complete a delegation that will attend the following major international lifesaving sport events. Meet Name:   2017 German Cup, Warendorf, Germany Date:     ...
Read More

Team Canada Announced for the DHL International Surf Rescue Challenge

Photo credit: Klara Needler, Nova Scotia Lifeguard Service (missing Dan Grbac) The Lifesaving Society Canada sport commission is pleased to announce the members of Canada’s representative team for the 2017 DHL International Surf Rescue Challenge in Mount Manganui Beach, New Zealand, ...
Read More

Team Canada Fares Well in South Africa!

Durban, South Africa, hosted the RLSS Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving from Aug. 10-13. Team Canada, lead by Captain Lisa Brown, walked away with many personal best performances and three medals for the female squad. A bronze medal was won in ...
Read More

Canadians are off to South Africa!

Canadians are off to South Africa to represent their country at the RLSS Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving. Festival runs from 9th to 13th August 2017 at the King’s Park Swimming Complex, Durban, KwaZulu Natal ...
Read More

Registration: Canadian Surf Lifesaving Championships 2017

The Lifesaving Society – Nova Scotia Branch is pleased to be hosting the 2017 Canadian Surf Lifesaving Championships. This package includes the Championship Information, the Championship Schedule, the Team Registration Form, the Competitor Registration Form, and the Waiver and Release ...
Read More

2017 Canadian Surf Lifesaving Championship Officials

Attached are the confirmed officials for the 2017 Canadian Surf Lifesaving Championships. The championship is hosted by the Nova Scotia Lifeguard Service between August 25 - 27 at Martinique Beach ...
Read More

Canada’s Delegation Team for the 2017 European Tour

OTTAWA — July 21, 2017 The Lifesaving Society of Canada is pleased to announce the members of Canada’s Delegation Team for the 2017 Europe Tour, which will include the German Cup in Warendorf, Germany on November 24 - 25 and the ...
Read More