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Red Cross introduces 2014 Humanitarian awards recipients

The Canadian Red Cross has named two deserving Manitobans, who are dedicated to improving the lives of people in Manitoba and around the world through hard work and generosity, as the recipients of the 2014 Red Cross Humanitarian of the Year and Young Humanitarian of the Year awards.

Manitoba Flood Response buoyed by lead gift from MTS

The Canadian Red Cross received a boost to flood response efforts in Manitoba with a $25,000 lead gift from MTS. The funds will support relief and recovery efforts aiding flood-affected communities throughout the province.

Red Cross assisting Manitobans affected by flooding

Manitoba residents affected by recent flooding can get assistance from the Canadian Red Cross in person or over the telephone.

Canadian Red Cross teams bringing help to flooded Manitoba communities

Canadian Red Cross volunteers are travelling to a number of Manitoba communities affected by flooding to see what help is needed as people recover from flooding.

Walmart, RBC and BMO support Red Cross response to flooding in Saskatchewan and Manitoba

National corporate partners like Walmart Canada and RBC; and corporate donors like BMO are helping the Canadian Red Cross assist those affected by flooding in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Walmart is providing water and clean up supplies to meet immediate needs; RBC is accepting donations at Saskatchewan and Manitoba locations and has made a $30,000 donation. BMO has announced a $25,000 donation to help the response.

Canadian Red Cross helping people impacted by Manitoba flooding

The Canadian Red Cross is providing aid to those people whose lives have been disrupted by flooding that has devastated parts of western Manitoba and the province’s Interlake region.

Water watching – a key to a safe summer in the backyard pool

With Water Safety Week upon us, the Canadian Red Cross and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA) want Manitobans to enjoy a fun and safe summer in their backyard pools.

Red Cross seeking nominees for Manitoba humanitarian awards

The Canadian Red Cross wants Manitobans to shine a light on people who have demonstrated their human spirit by making the world a better place by working to help others through charity and philanthropy.

Red Cross Day of Pink spurs thousands to stand for respect

WINNIPEG. Over 19,000 people across the province are standing for respect today as part of the third annual Red Cross Day of Pink.

Transfer of Responsibility for Emergency Management Services for Manitoba Flood Evacuees Complete by February 1, 2014

The Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, today announced that delivery of services for 2011 Manitoba flood evacuees will fully transition from the Manitoba Association of Native Firefighters (MANFF) to the Canadian Red Cross (CRC) by February 1, 2014.