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Day of Pink stands up to bullying

It has been a very powerful week at Red Cross. On April 10th we were joined, in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, by more than 38,000 people and over 300 schools for Red Cross Day of Pink. We saw pink parades, flash mobs, rallies and so much more; al...

Photo of the Day: Pink mushroom soup, pink sour cream and pink milk

On Wednesday February 27th almost all the provinces were standing up to bullying by wearing pink. Calgary, however, took it to a whole other level with a pink food potluck. If I were to say anything about the second floor of the Red Cross buildin...

Photo of the Day: Red Cross staff wear pink to stand up to bullying

Today, almost all provinces across Canada are celebrating Pink Shirt Day to stand up to bullying. Pink Shirt Day was originally organized by Travis and his friend David who distributed 50 pink shirts after a male student was bullied for wearing a pin...

Roughriders partner with the Red Cross to tackle bullying

In Rider Nation we are always cheering for our Saskatchewan Roughriders, but now they are cheering for us! This week we formally announced a partnership between the Canadian Red Cross and the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football club. This partnershi...

Nominate a youth making a difference

Guest entry by Melanie MacDonald, Communications Coordinator, Atlantic Canada Lauren Chartrand has proved that even at the tender age of 14, it’s possible to make a difference in your community. Lauren joined the Canadian Red Cross’ Beyond the Hur...

Bringing our bullying prevention message to a cinema near you

Check out this short PSA about our work in bullying prevention. It’s making its debut in Cineplex movie theatres across Canada this weekend thanks to the support of Cineplex Entertainment.

Photo of the Day: Police Association shows support

We want to send a shout out to the Police Association of Nova Scotia for their support and donation to the Canadian Red Cross RespectED program, which offers violence and abuse prevention education.  From left to right: members of the associatio...

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 ...

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