Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • Omar Abdullahi, a social worker who lives in Winnipeg, volunteers with the safety and wellbeing team of the Canadian Red Cross. He is working with evacuees from the northern Manitoba wildfires. Before coming to Canada, Omar and his family were refugees from the Somalian civil war. When he was about 10 years old, his family, including his six sisters and two brothers, fled Mogadishu for the Kenyan ...

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
Blog Post
  • A volcano is essentially a vent in the Earth’s surface. But, instead of blowing warm air and keeping your feet toasty (like a vent in your home), a volcano exhausts gases, volcanic ash and lava. Volcanoes exist because the Earth’s surface (the crust) is made of tectonic plates and it is estimated that there are 1500 active volcanoes today. 

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
Blog Post
Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
Blog Post
  • At first glance, it’s hard to understand what Pat Alphonse Cox does for the Canadian Red Cross. Volunteering at the Winnipeg reception centre for wildfire evacuees, Pat chats for a few minutes with a large, boisterous family from Pauingassi First Nation; corrals a small, energetic child closer to her mom; and then sits quietly with a slouching teenager. It all seems a little random, but on closer ...

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • Razan Jaradeh, Head of First Aid for the Syrian Arab Red Crescent describes the situation at the health post at Dweir Camp, a camp for internally displaced people around Damascus, Syria. On this day, the team performed 600 consultations to meet basic health needs of the population. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent is responding to humanitarian needs in Eastern Ghouta, in Afrin and in many other locat...

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
Blog Post
  • Over the weekend of May 12, the Kettle River in Grand Forks, B.C. flooded into the downtown region forcing several low-lying areas to evacuate. The Canadian Red Cross is helping meet the urgent needs of flood-impacted residents in Grand Forks and the rest of the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. We encourage evacuated residents to register with Emergency Social Services or the Red Cross. 

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