Swim to Survive program celebrates 10 years

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Swim to Survive program, which was developed by The Lifesaving Society as a means to teach Grade 3 students the critical skills needed to survive an unexpected fall into water.

Splash pads remain popular in Ontario communities

Three Ontario communities are celebrating as splash pad projects in Sudbury and Kincardine are either open or set to open, while construction on another in Penetanguishene has been given the green light.

On the move this June

Waterlines provides a summary of recent personnel announcements, including new hires, promotions, appointments, and anniversaries in the North American swimming pool and spa/hot tub industry.

Service techs get clarification on gas heater regulations

To eliminate confusion amongst pool service technicians regarding Ontario’s Technical Standards & Safety Authority’s (TSSA’s) gaseous fuels regulation, Brian Ross, founder of WaveMaker Pool Spa Showroom in Orillia, Ont., has attempted to clear the air.