Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • Il y a trois ans aujourd'hui un terrible séisme secouait le Népal. Encore à ce jour, la Croix-Rouge canadienne demeure impliquée dans la région particulièrement au niveau de l'amélioration des soins de santé. Voici un exemple de formation offerte par des membres de l'équipe de réponse aux urgences de la Croix-Rouge (ERU) canadienne à leurs collègues népalais.

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • Two members of the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Red Cross Club are showing other young people how to turn their passion into action. Students Jessilyn Wong and Daniel Jin volunteer with the Canadian Red Cross Disaster Management logistics team, arranging vehicles, supplying technology, and taking inventory of supplies that helped the Red Cross assist thousands of people forced from their homes by...

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • Even before he left Iran, 22-year-old Mohammad H. Asadi Lari knew he wanted to volunteer with the Red Cross. “I applied to volunteer with the Canadian Red Cross three or four months after I moved to Canada,” Mohammad said. “I’ve always been the sort of person who has wanted to in some capacity or another, participate in community activities, help out. Where I can learn, where can I help, where can...

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • National Volunteer Week is the perfect opportunity to thank the people who selflessly rush to help others during disasters and emergencies, assist with prevention and safety initiatives, or provide community health and wellness services. We are so thankful to the thousands of volunteers who make our work possible. We asked a few of our amazing volunteers why they dedicate their time and efforts in...

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • For Andrew DeGruchy, volunteering is a part of his life. The 30-year-old has been a volunteer firefighter and Lieutenant with Cold Lake Fire-Rescue for eight years. When evacuees from the La Ronge, Saskatchewan area were sheltered in Cold Lake, he got a first-hand look at the work Canadian Red Cross volunteers do; and that prompted him to become part of the disaster management team.

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • Where in the world did people receive help from the Movement in 2016? A new report published by IFRC can tell you exactly where. The report gathers data from 190 National Societies worldwide, and offers insights into humanitarian and societal trends such as spontaneous volunteering; how volunteer numbers rise and then stabilize following a major disaster, and how indicators are affected by sociode...

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • By 9 a.m., fog has burned off and I am already looking for shade as we begin the hour-long walk through the makeshift settlement in Kutupalong. We are headed to the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society mobile clinic. After many trips, we know the trail reasonably well, only occasionally needing the local volunteers to guide us through new market areas or construction sites, which seem to appear everyda...

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • Tragic events, like the bus accident which resulted in multiple deaths and injuries to the Humboldt Broncos hockey team can leave us feeling  helpless, confused, angry, or worried. It is difficult to understand why things like this happen, or what it means for the future. In times like this, it is important for people to connect with each other, and support one another. Here are some tips. 

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • Some Other Solutions, a social non-profit offering a variety of programs and services to help people manage crisis, shares gratitude to Red Cross supporters. Thanks to those who donated to the Red Cross, community organizations such as SOS were able to build capacity to serve the community. Providing a crisis line and day programs, SOS was able to increase its volunteer base, resulting in more tha...

Canadian Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
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  • The day after Christmas in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan this year was chilly: -35C chilly. Carmen, Jordy, one-year old Otis and the family cat decided to enjoy a fire in their fireplace to warm up. They didn’t know that a squirrel had been hoarding pinecones in their chimney. Their living room quickly filled with smoke and soon the roof of their old home was in flames. 

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