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Red Cross supports those affected by Tropical Storm Iselle

The American Red Cross is currently providing support across the Hawaiian Islands as people start to clean up from Tropical Storm Iselle.

2014 Hurricane season: What you need to know

The start of summer also means the start of hurricane season. From June to November, Atlantic Canada is at risk from these powerful storms. Most of the tropical storms and hurricanes that threaten the Canadian coastline typically arrive later in the season according to the Canadian Hurricane Centre. However, now is a good time to get informed about the risks, take steps to prepare and learn more about how these severe weather events can impact the Atlantic coast.

The Red Cross Round-up

The Round-up offers a weekly sample of what our sister Red Cross Societies are working on around the world. INTERNATIONAL: In recent years, the issue of menstrual hygiene management in post-conflict and post-disaster settings has increasingly draw...

Photo of the Day: Help on the way after Hurricane Ingrid

Today’s photo comes from the Mexican Red Cross, who have responded to 32,000 individuals in parts of Mexico affected by Hurricane Ingrid and Tropical Storm Manuel. Massive flooding and landslides have left 18 states in Mexico in need of aid. The ...

Award winning team marks decade of emergency response in Nova Scotia

Guest entry by James Sedgewick, disaster management associate, Canadian Red Cross in Nova Scotia This September marks a decade of emergency response for a special team of Canadian Red Cross volunteers in Nova Scotia. While Red Cross volunteers did...

Video: What it means to be a volunteer

Canadian Red Cross Volunteer, Susan MacKenzie, has responded to disasters across North America.  From the Northern Alberta wildfires to Hurricane Sandy, she is always putting others before herself. Without volunteers like Sandy the Canadian Re...

Red Cross Delegate Profile: Sandra Damota

When we think of the damage caused by disasters, we tend to think of basic needs like shelter, water, food, and health, but we often forget how many other emotional, mental, and spiritual things are effected in a disaster. Red Cross psychosocial dele...

Tech Talk: Breakout year for social media in emergencies

Social media isn’t new anymore, but the ways in which it can be used both by the public and officials during emergencies are evolving quickly. In 2012, our own Canadian Red Cross survey about social media use in disasters demonstrated that it’s a ...

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