In the spotlight
In September 2014, our CPR Public Education Program was recognized as the best-of-the-best globally for communications and contribution to community – winning the top prize in the Public Service category from the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communications Management.
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The Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management has announced the winners of the 2014 Global Alliance COMM PRIX Awards
ANB CPR Program Wins Global Award
In May 2014, our CPR Public Education Program received a Gold National Award of Excellence for community relations from the Canadian Public Relations Society. Thanks to the dozens of paramedics and dispatchers who volunteer their time to teach New Brunswickers how to save a life, and our community and industry partners for your interest and support!
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CPRS Recognizes Best in Canadian PR
May 5, 2014 - Sussex man completes half marathon six months after cardiac arrest
March 20, 2014 - Hillcrest School receives defibrillator
February 11, 2014 - École Le Mascaret and Ambulance New Brunswick Partner to Help Save Lives
Learn how to do hands-only CPR and use an AED to save someone’s life. Thanks Bell Aliant Community One TV for creating this piece and sharing our important message with your viewers!
What participants are saying about the Program
“Not enough words to express my appreciation for what you have done for Hillcrest and its students. I feel so fortunate that you have chosen our school for such a fun activity and worthy cause! It will remain a highlight of this year and certainly as my tenure at Hillcrest. It doesn’t get any better than this!”
– Peter Trainor, Hillcrest School Principal.
« Merci pour la formation. Je n’ai eu que de bons commentaires! En passant, est-ce que la formation peut être refaite aux nouveaux élèves que nous accueillerons les prochaines années? »
- Mireille Bertin-Post, directrice, l’école Le Mascaret.
“I saw the Hillcrest students video and wanted to see if there was anything we could do to support more training such as this. These kids did a great job.”
- Craig Williams, Physio Control
“Philips applauds Hillcrest School’s initiative to get students and personnel ready to help save a life in case of an emergency, and in your pursuit to make your program successful, Philips is proud to contribute by donating a HeartStart OnSite AED. “
- Annie Bergeron, Philips Healthcare Canada.