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More than 1,600 eligible small businesses are receiving financial assistance after the second phase of the Canadian Red CrossSupport to Small Business Program.
Everett Snow is a man who likes to give back as much as he can, and for this he credits the example set for him growing up.
A conference can build a bridge, not just between those working in the same industry, but between cultures. This year’s Water Safety conference addressed the way in which different cultures associate with water. One population impacted is Syrian refugees.
As the Canadian Red Cross continues its response to massive wildfires in the Fort McMurray area, donations from generous and compassionate Canadians from across the country are helping to provide accommodations, food, water and supplies to evacuees.
The Canadian Red Cross is a national community-based organization committed to working alongside local partners in meeting the needs of the most vulnerable
Massive wildfires have triggered the largest fire-related evacuation in Alberta history with more than 70,000 individuals displaced due to evacuation orders.
The Red Cross helped return a little piece of independence to a High River family after the 2013 floods damaged their most important means of transportation.
In 2015, Canada, along with the United States and several countries in Western Europe, opened its borders to thousands of Syrian refugees.
The re-opening of High River’s restored library represents another milestone in the town’s recovery from the 2013 floods. Recently, the rebuilt and renovated High River Centennial Library officially opened its doors again.
It's a Christmas present Janet Boyd has been waiting for. The Calgary senior’s home, is finally rebuilt 18 months after the Alberta floods destroyed it.
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