The Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary unit COMRA Marine Rescue Association is a dedicated Marine Search and Rescue team covering the waters of Lake Ontario in the Durham Region. The Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary is a major player in Canada's national search and rescue (SAR) response network. Annually, the Auxiliary responds to approximately 25% of thousands of marine SAR incidents.
Our on water service is from April to October 24 hours a day 7 days a week, and COMRA members are dedicated to saving and protecting lives in distress.
In addition to their everyday jobs, auxiliarists are ready to exchange leisure, comfort and sleep, for cold, wet and fatigue in a range of situations that will test their skills, strength and nerve.
Do you think you're ready for the challenges and rewards of being a volunteer for the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary? COMRA Marine Rescue Association is currently recruiting volunteers, if you're 18 years of age and can pass criminal records check. Apply to email@example.com or call 1-855-6877-270. You can also check out our Join page on this website for more details and fill out an online application.
Delivering the message of boating safety is a year round commitment for COMRA Marine Rescue Association and we educate the public through various community events and presentations. If your organization would like us to do a safe boating presentation, please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-855-6877-270.