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The Red Cross Round-up

*The Red Cross Round-up is written by Katie Robinson, communications coordinator for the Canadian Red Cross* Taking the lead from our friends at the American Red Cross, we are launching a Canadian version of the Red Cross Round-up. The Round-up wi...

Worldwide Wrap Up

*The Worldwide Wrap-up is courtesy of our friend, Robin Parker from Red Cross in Oregon Welcome 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 for you...

Chilean Red Cross provides support during miner rescue mission

I am sure that many of you were as glued to your TV as I was earlier this week, while watching 33 trapped miners in Chile be pulled, one at a time, out of the ground to safety. What you may not have seen on TV was the Chilean Red Cross, who was on...

The Ride for Red is on the move

Do you like riding your bike? Do you like it so much that you would bike 4000 km in 40 days in 2 countries to raise $1 million? Well, we have found four individuals who do like it that much. Miss Canada 2009 and three Olympic bobsledders are takin...

Dear Greg...put the toilet seat down!

For the love of humanity, put down the toilet seat!  That was the plea of a disgruntled woman on Twitter challenging her other half to finally lower the seat. The call to action grabbed headlines – and an entire billboard in a busy street in S...

“Stop the Bieber” campaign raises $600 for Pakistan flood relief

High school students normally raise money for charities with bake sales or car washes. But, for a Lower Sackville NS high school they decided to do something different to raise money for the Canadian Red Cross Pakistan appeal: Justin Bieber music, an...

Food Friday: Red Cross Gobble Gobble

We put a simple question out to some of our Red Cross staff: What are you having for Thanksgiving dinner? In true Red Cross fashion, the responses we received were diverse, creative and downright hearty. Can you guess who is having the smoked turk...

Engaging (YOU)th!

We’re back to school again and already our Red Cross Youth Action Groups are getting started. Youth Action Groups are an important part of building awareness and taking action on many global issues. We have also worked to improve our local communi...

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