New Brunswick News and Stories (Page 2)


Swimming lessons are for life

An average of 400 Canadians drown each year. While the ability to swim is important, swimming skills alone aren’t always enough to save a life.

Queen's University student to receive Young Humanitarian award

As a student at Fredericton High School, Alisha became a youth facilitator in the Canadian Red Cross' bullying prevention program.

Canadian Red Cross responds to those in need following New Brunswick power outage

Harsh winds moving at more than 100 kilometres an hour tore down power lines in parts of New Brunswick on January 31, 2013, leaving thousands of people without electricity.

New Brunswick school implements Canadian Red Cross anti-bullying program

While parents and educators alike can benefit from exposure to Canadian Red Cross bullying prevention programs, a school in New Brunswick is taking the program to the next level.

Red Cross provides vital aid after Fredericton fire leaves two dozen homeless

A fire on October 7 in the heart of downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick, levelled a three-storey building and left more than two dozen people homeless, according to reports.

Community health programs improve lives of seniors

Is there a senior citizen in your life who is struggling with a serious medical issue or is unable to meet the financial demands of living independently?

Red Cross congratulates participants of World’s Largest Swimming Lesson

The Canadian Red Cross congratulates participants from all across Canada who took part in attempting to set a new Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson.