Weekly Review: April 4th-10th

Rescue 7 is a proud new sponsor of http://firerecruitment.ca – a team dedicated to help aspiring firefighters to reach their goal of becoming a firefighter. Check them out!


The whole Rescue 7 team had an awesome time watching the Toronto Blue Jays home opener yesterday – from a private box! ‪#‎OurMoment‬


Here is a photo of our booth from the University of Toronto Medical Emergency Seminar! We had an awesome time.


Some more great feedback about our instructors:

“Offer our sincere thanks to Lisa and Wolf for their exceptional training and instruction at our First Aid, CPR / AED course. They are informed, professional, and provided us with open, engaging and extremely valuable instruction. Excellent instructors. Thank you. Rescue 7. A 10 out of 10. Cheers.”
– Jerry, Toronto

Patrick Armstrong of the Dave Mounsey Memorial Fund is receiving a provincial honour for his philanthropic work!

“Armstrong was nominated by a company called Rescue 7, which supplies the Fund with its defibrillators. The relationship, Armstrong says, has been much more than that over the years. Rescue 7 has very much been a partner to the Fund, occasionally even supplying a defibrillator to the organization free of cost.
“They really like what we do,” Armstrong said of Rescue 7.”

That’s right, Patrick – we really do! We are so honoured to have worked closely with such a wonderful organization.

You can read more here.


‪#‎CBCDragonsDen‬ is celebrating 10 years of entrepreneurial spirit in Canada! Did you know our own CEO, John Collie, was on the show in season 3? This episode set a record for the most money given out: approximately $3 million in total! Check him out below! http://www.cbc.ca/drag…/episodes/season3/episode-11-season-3

Check out some awesome pictures from a recent class with teachers from the Halton District School Board!12967412_1041287062613276_1731988605702877309_o

Amgen’s Natasha Bond congratulates Halton District School Board teachers for inspiring students with a love of science & health through CPR and defibrillation (with Instructor Trainer, Ray Chapman)