D’Augmenter Les Mesures De Sécurité Le Long Des Côtes De La Rivière Rouge / Increase Safety Measures Along the Shore of Rivière Rouge

D’Augmenter Les Mesures De Sécurité Le Long Des Côtes De La Rivière Rouge / Increase Safety Measures Along the Shore of Rivière Rouge

    1. Sara Agostini-Guerrera
    2. Petition by

      Sara Agostini-Guerrera

      Montreal, Canada

 

Nous, les soussignant et résidents du Québec, désire porter votre attention au faits suivant :

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De 1998 à 2008 il y’a eu 19 décès à la Rivière Rouge

Depuis 2008, 7 personnes sont décédées à la Rivière Rouge

Tous ces défunts furent des touristes à la Rivière Rouge

Il y’a eu bon nombre de recommandations des coroners pour mettre en place plus de mesures de sécurité (panneaux  / avertissement) afin d’éviter d’autres pertes de vie.

Aucun panneau / avertissement n’ont été mis en place suite aux recommandations

Depuis 5 ans, une famille travaille sans cesse pour augmenter les mesures de sécurité le long de la Rivière Rouge

Donc, les soussignant demandent au Gouvernement du Québec d’augmenter les mesures de sécurité le long des côtes de la Rivière Rouge et ces mesures devraient inclure :

Des panneaux qui avisent des risques de courants forts, sable mouvant et risque de noyade

Des clôtures de protection dans les zones les plus à risque de la rivière

Les soussignant vont boycotter toutes les zones touristiques près et dans les alentours de la Rivière Rouge jusqu’à temps ou des mesures de sécurités adéquates soient mises en place.

 

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In Memory of Anthony D'Alelio
We, the undersigned residents of Quebec, draw the attention of the Government to the following:

THAT

From 1998 to 2008 there were 19 deaths at Rivière Rouge

Since 2008 there have been 7 deaths at Rivière Rouge

All of these deaths being tourists to the Rivière Rouge area

There have been countless coroner’s notes to have signs put up for safety regulations

Not one sign has been put up

A family has been fighting for the last five years for increased safety measures along the riverside and nothing has been done

THEREFORE, your petitioners request the Government of Quebec to increase safety measures along the shore of Rivière Rouge, such measures should include:

Signs cautioning the high currents, quick sands and risk of drowning

 

Your petitioners agree to boycott all tourists areas located in and around the Rivière Rouge area until the proper safety measures have been set in place.

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    • Erica Dorrepaal GORE, QUEBEC, CANADA
      • 4 months ago

      My friend drowned here too.

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    • Richard Labergew LETOURNEAU, CANADA
      • 4 months ago

      this is important to protect other swimmers!

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    • Derek Yaple-Schobert MONTRéAL, CANADA
      • 6 months ago

      je suis pour des mesures simples qui peuvent sauver des vies.

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    • David Lobasso LAVAL, CANADA
      • 7 months ago

      I knew one of the victims.

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    • Gary Selby PREVOST, CANADA
      • 7 months ago

      Please never stop trying to male the world a safer place. Every day we suffer the loss of Andrew. He died at the Riviere Rouge at 16 years old. We hoped that he would be the last. Two more including Anthony have died there just last summer. As we have said so many times in the past. PLEASE never stop shouting for Safety signs. Shout as loud as you can for as long as it takes. Please, get your family and friends to sign this petition. No matter were they live. We are all one in this world. We must care for each other no matter where we live. Andrew's Father, Sister and Brothers want to thank you for what you have done. Andrew's Mom died of grief recently. Another victim of the Riviere Rouge, Stand tall, no matter were you are in this world. Please sign this petition. This world will be a safer place THANK YOU.

      Gary Selby

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