The Canadian Red Cross helps vulnerable communities in Canada affected by emergencies and disaster.
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The Canadian Red Cross responds to the needs of communities around the world.
The Canadian Red Cross offers a wide variety of First Aid and CPR training courses to help workplaces be compliant with both federal and provincial/territorial occupational health and safety legislation.
The Canadian Red Cross has been offering swimming instruction and leadership development programs in Canada for more than 60 years.
The Canadian Red Cross is a leader in supporting Canadians to remain living in their homes safely and with dignity through innovative and compassionate community health services.
Canadian Red Cross works closely with its sister National Societies around the world to respond to pressing global health challenges.
Bullying, cyberbullying, harassment, relationship violence, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, and physical abuse are serious problems faced by people of all ages. Learn about what you can do to prevent these forms of violence from happening.
We're making a difference and we couldn't do the great work we do without passionate and committed Canadian youth.
The Canadian Red Cross helps disseminate the principles of international humanitarian law to the armed forces, lawmakers, politicians, youth and the general public.
The chaos and confusion that accompany war and natural disasters can separate families when they need each other most. The Canadian Red Cross Restoring Family Links program helps people in Canada re-establish contact.
Red Cross provides refugee claimants with information on how to find affordable housing, process a refugee claim, secure employment, as well as how to apply for legal aid or social assistance.