Every three days someone dies in Ontario because the life-saving organ transplant they need is not available, yet just over 30% of Ontarians have registered their consent to be a donor. It's really surprising, and it's not good enough. Especially for the 1,500 people in our province waiting for organ transplants and the thousands more waiting for tissue transplants. In February, The Citizen published a story about a Cambridge mother who gave a kidney to save her daughters life. The daughter, Candice Coghlan, is now the funds development officer for the Western Ontario chapter of the Kidney Foundation, and we want to help her by raising awareness of the importance of organ donation. It takes two minutes to fill out a form that can save eight lives. Let's show that Cambridge Citizens Care.