Amrit Dhatt

Communications Coordinator Blogging from BC

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Preventing Bullying, One Kilometre at a Time

Andy Callicum is taking the well-known expression, ‘If you’re going to talk the talk, you’ve got to walk the walk’ to a whole new level. The Red Cross volunteer from B.C. is gearing up for a three-day, 118-kilometre walk, aptly called Walk the Talk, ...

Photo of the Day: B.C. Proclaims March is Red Cross Month

The province of British Columbia has officially proclaimed March as Red Cross Month. The Lieutenant Governor of B.C., the Honourable Judith Guichon, made the proclamation, recognizing the Canadian Red Cross as a reflection of the Canadian spirit ...

Photo of the Day: Talking bullying prevention on Global TV

Mona Cheng, Assistant Coordinator with our Violence @ Abuse Prevention Program in B.C., was on Global Mandarin News this week talking about B.C.’s Imagine No Bullying Campaign. Through this interview, Mona was able to reach an important audience ...

Red Cross Youth Volunteers take their Stories of Bullying to the Big Screen

That’s the trailer for a brilliant film starring local kids who’ve been bullied directed by our very own Canadian Red Cross RespectED team in B.C., including staff and students involved in our bullying prevention program. The film, How to Help: A...

Volunteer profile: Kiran speaks out against bullying

For almost two years, Kiran Cheema has been volunteering for the Red Cross Violence @ Abuse Prevention Program, RespectED. The grade 12 student and aspiring medical school student from Surrey, BC is an enthusiastic peer facilitator for the Beyond the...

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