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Providing evacuees with what’s needed, when it’s needed

When people need to evacuate, they often don’t have the opportunity to take with them the basics like shampoo, toothpaste, diapers and baby supplies. Learn how the Red Cross helped provide essential items to people impacted by flooding this spring.

Why I insist my son learn how to swim

Becoming a mom has led me to reflect on my own childhood, my relationship with water and my experiences learning to swim. Now I’m seeing my own 3-year-old son fearlessly jumping in the water, learning to swim and loving the beach as much as I did.

Can you pass this water safety quiz?

With summer's hot weather driving Canadians in droves to water activities, take a moment to ensure you have the proper knowledge for safe water play with this quiz.

In Mali, innovation means access to lifesaving healthcare

In areas where access to healthcare is challenging, innovations put lifesaving care is within reach. Read how innovation is playing a role in healthcare in Mali, in this guest blog post by Red Cross Youth Advisory Committee member Mohammad H. Asadi Lari

How four hours turned into a humanitarian innovation

Earlier in 2018, the Canadian Red Cross held the Social Innovation Challenge across the country where teams of young Canadians worked to create innovative solutions to support the Red Cross response in Bangladesh - read about the winning solution. 

Receiving the Order of the Red Cross as an outstanding volunteer

David Fraser has been a disaster management and communications volunteer for more than 10 years, providing comfort in times of emergency for many Canadians. Recently, he received the highest honour as a volunteer, the Order of the Red Cross, for his dedication in going above and beyond to help others.

Caring for yourself and loved ones after tragic events

When events like the recent shooting in Toronto unfold, it can leave us feeling helpless, confused, angry, or afraid. Here are some tips for taking care of yourself and your loved ones during difficult times. 

What does it take to be ready for a tornado?

In Canada, tornadoes can happen in southern Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec, the interior of British Columbia and western New Brunswick.
So, what should you do to be ready for a tornado?

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