New Brunswick News and Stories


Red Cross responds as floods impact communities across Canada

The Canadian Red Cross is assististing thousands of people impacted by flooding in British Columbia and New Brunswick.

Financial aid to residents impacted by New Brunswick flood

The Canadian Red Cross has announced direct financial assistance to eligible New Brunswickers impacted by the spring flood, providing $300 per household. These funds are not intended to replace losses but to help meet basic needs that each recipient household can determine for themselves.

Banks Rally Together To Support Canadian Red Cross’ New Brunswick Flood Relief Efforts

TORONTO – Ten banks have come together to help the Canadian Red Cross provide immediate and long-lasting relief for those affected by flooding in New Brunswick. Support includes opening branch locations and online networks for donations, providing corporate contributions totaling approximately $100,000, mobilizing employee fundraising and other important initiatives led by individual banks.

Red Cross responds to extensive flooding in New Brunswick

Residents across New Brunswick are affected by severe spring flooding. As water levels reach historic levels, the Canadian Red Cross is registering evacuees and prepared to respond.

What I wish I had known: Advice for new volunteers

The Canadian Red Cross provides communities with support and assistance however our work is only possible with our dedicated volunteers.

Canadian Red Cross set to end registration for financial support program - New Brunswick ice storm

The Canadian Red Cross will stop accepting new applications at the end of this week for emergency financial aid to those most severely impacted financially by the January 24-25, 2017  ice storm and related power outages in New Brunswick.

New Brunswick storm causes power outages; Red Cross supports shelters, warming centres

On January 24-25, 2017, an ice storm in New Brunswick brought down hundreds of utility poles and thousands of kilometres of wires, resulting in widespread power outages initially affecting more than 133,000 homes and businesses. 

Canadian Red Cross volunteers provide ‘care and compassion’ in Moncton

In the days leading up to the service for three RCMP officers killed in the line of duty, the Canadian Red Cross was asked to assist in whatever way possible the thousands of law enforcement officers, fire fighters, paramedics, military personnel and search and rescue volunteers in attendance that day.

Canadian Red Cross New Brunswick Derailment Response

When derailment of a locomotive and 19 of 122 cars of a CN Rail train resulted in fire in several derailed petroleum tank cars forced the evacuation of more than 100 people from homes in a rural area in northwest New Brunswick, a team of Canadian Red Cross disaster volunteers was in place within hours to help.

Canadian banks accepting donations for Red Cross relief efforts in Lac-Mégantic

The Canadian Red Cross is pleased to announce that ten banks in Canada are accepting cash donations in support of Red Cross relief efforts in Lac-Mégantic following a major fire caused by a train explosion.