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Why is hurricane Earl named “Earl”?

That’s a question that the Red Cross Talks team recently asked. So, we decided to do some research on the subject. We found a blog  by ABC7 Meteorologist Steve Rudin in Washington D.C that gave us the answer: “The naming practice began during ...

Volunteer Profile: Lindsay volunteer thanked for his service to the community

It‘s a memory that Red Cross disaster management volunteer George Whebell will never forget. Earlier this year, he was in the small community of Midland, after a tornado ripped through the town only a few days before. He was doing recovery nee...

Worldwide Wednesday Wrap-Up

*The Worldwide Wednesday Wrap-up is courtesy of our friend, Robin Parker from Red Cross in OregonWelcome to the Worldwide Wednesday Wrap-Up, in which we consolidate the international Red Cross and Red Crescent news into one list of bite-sized links f...

Red Cross drivers take on the globe’s circumference – 80 times!

Did you know that Red Cross volunteer drivers drove 80 times around the circumference of the earth last year alone? That’s 241,000 rides to important medical appointments and 297, 300 meals delivered for seniors and those with disabilities. An ...

Introducing Photo Tuesday

Every Tuesday, we're going to publish a photo to share with you Red Cross at work across the province. Do you have a photo to share? Let us know! This week's photo was submitted by our Ottawa branch. It's the branch's First Aid Service Team helpin...

PEI girl receives Rescuer Award for saving her cousin

A 7 year-old PEI girl has been recognized by the Red Cross with a Rescuer Award for her quick thinking. Keana Jeffrey was playing on a swing set at a family gathering on Aug. 15, when she heard splashing in a nearby inflatable pool. Her 2 year-old...

Bring preparedness on your next outdoor trip

Fresh air, beautiful scenery, being one with nature ... These are just a few of the reasons why many people head into the wilderness to do some hiking or camping, especially this time of year. Unfortunately, the last few weeks we have read stories...

Disaster dining solution for the non-foodie

*Every Friday we invite Red Crossers to share their favourite recipes, or recipes that remind them of the Red Cross.For this week’s Food Friday, we thought we would write an entry that caters to all the non-cooks out there. We recently came across...

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