Red Cross Talks (Page 151)

Red Cross blogger

Filter Posts by Topic

 

Latest Posts

Glimpses of the Ontario Zone Youth Conference 2010

*Guest blog by Fatima Fadel, Red Cross youth volunteer and conference co-chairRed Cross youth in London were lucky enough to play hosts to our peers from across Ontario at a three-day conference held November 26-28 at the Ivey Spencer Leadership Cent...

Signing First aid and CPR

November is CPR month, and throughout the month, we were able to share with you different blogs about CPR – including songs to do CPR to and blogs from our CPR “tweet-up.” Today, we’re sharing with you a piece from one of our first-aid/CPR instructor...

Congratulations to a budding climate change hero

Congratulations to Sarah St. John, a student of Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, for being selected to attend the UN Climate Change Conference as part of the Red Cross Federation delegation. Sarah, an active Red Cross volunteer, was on...

A look at the new Canadian Red Cross field hospital

This week, the Canadian Red Cross announced its first-ever field hospital, which could be deployed in emergencies, such as in Haiti or Pakistan. Red Cross delegates, including doctors, nurses, logistical and technical experts, were involved in a ...

The Red Cross Round-up

*Red Cross Round-up is courtesy of Katie Robinson, communications coordinator for the Canadian Red Cross * The Round-up offers a weekly sample of what our Sister Red Cross Societies are working on around the world. PAKISTAN: More than three mon...

All a-twitter about CPR

Yesterday, we invited our Twitter friends to join us for a free CPR course as part of CPR month in November. One of our guests, Joallore, also known as @clickflickca shared his experiences with us in this Q-A.Have you ever taken a CPR course before? ...

Knowing CPR is like having life insurance

Yesterday, we invited our Twitter friends to join us for a free CPR course as part of CPR month in November. Our friend John Lepp attended the Red Cross CPR event in Hamilton and he shares his experiences with us here.*Guest blog by: John Lepp I h...

Teaching CPR with a Twitter twist

The Red Cross Talks team is hosting two FREE CPR Tweetups tomorrow in Toronto and Hamilton, and we are inviting our Twitter friends to join us! Non-Twitter users might be wondering “what’s a Tweetup?” It’s when twits (Twitter users) get together I...

Canadian Red Cross News

Sign up for monthly email updates from redcross.ca.


About The Blog

The purpose of this blog, quite simply, is to talk. This blog is an opportunity for Red Cross staff, volunteers, supporters and friends to share stories about what is happening in your community and the important work you are doing. It is a tool that will help keep all of us connected.

Blog Archives